/^r^n^Cl^tJL YA^ 1977 COMBINED MINUTES Of llie 88th Annual Session Of T^e High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association 64TH ANNUAL SESSION Of The Woman's Auxiliary and Junior Missionary Department Of The HIGH POINT EDUCATIONAL AND MISSIONARY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION THE37TH ANNUAL SESSION Of The Usher Board Convention Of The HIGH POINT EDUCATIONAL AND MISSIONARY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION hfrr- THE 67TH ANNUAL SESSION Of The Sunday School and B YPU Convention Of The HIGH POINT EDUCATIONAL AND MISSIONARY BAPTIST ASSOCIATION PRESIDING OFFICERS Association Rev. W. L. >^lson, Moderator Woman's Auxiliary Mrs. E. B. Anderson. President Junior Missionary Department Mrs. Annie M. Lewis. President Usher Board Convention Mr. Ernest E. Holt, President Sunday School Convention Mr. William Gwyn, President Part I MINUTES OF THE Eighty-Eighth Annual Session OF THE Hi^h Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association 1977 Held With The New Jerusalem Baptist Church 1212 Dunleith Avenue, Winston-Salem, N. C. Rev. I. C. Mullins, Pastor August 3, 4, 5, 1977 General Theme: "Freedom Through Christ." St John 8:36 General Theme: "God's word is sufficient for any time that we live." Isaiah 55:11 Officers Moderator Rev. W. L. Wilson Vice-Moderator Dr. A. O. Walker Recording Secretary Rev. D. D. Baldwin Assistant Secretary Mr. James Lewis, Jr. Corresponding Secretary Rev. J. R. Rudd Treasurer Mr. Roy Hopkins Auditor Rev. Curtis Carrington FieM Worker Rev. S. A. Rouson CONSTITUTION 1. This Assodatioii shall be known as the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association of the Holy SfHiit, to advance the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus throui^out the bounds. 2. AD ordained ministers shaD pay $2 on the first day of the Association. 3. The officers of this Association shall be: President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, and Treasurer; and as nutny Boards of Managers as may be necessary. E^ach board ebaSi have control of all business committed to them, and shaD be elected anaaaDy. 4. AD boards, committees, and officers elected at one session of the Association shall make a satisfactory report to the Association before they are re-elected and shall be a member of a church belfHiging to this Associatiim. 5. Each church in this Association must send 50 cents per member, in good standing with the Association, and only delegates from said Church shall be eligible to vote. 6. The Association will co<^>erate with the American Baptist Home Missionary Society of New York, with its work within our bounds. 7. We recommend Hiscock's Bi^itist Church Directory as a true g^uide for the churches in Inisiness^eetings within the bounds of this Association. 8. There shall be a Treasurer; and funds raised annually and kept expressly for superan- nuated ministers within the bounds of this Association. 9. The Association shall have no power over the internal affairs of the churches; but where a church holds a pastor and accepts his services, the failure or neglect to pay a pastor his salary will place the church in bad standing. 10. There shall be the following boards appointed at each session: (1) Home Mission Board; (2) Educational Board; (3) Executive Board. 11. This Constitution may be changed by a two-thirds vote; provided it does not affect sections 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10. 12. This Association shall meet annually on Wednesday before the Hrst Sunday in August. at such place as may be agreed upon whfle in session. 13. In case ofemergency the Moderator may call the Executive Board, and if two-thirds of the members ol the Board agree, the doings of the Board become law. 14. All appn^riations made by the Appropriations Committee shall be signed by the Moderator. 15. Any church in good standing wishing to withdraw from this Association, upon written request, may do so, providing said church notifies the Moderator three months before the Association convenes and the Moderator shall notify the Executive Board. 16. Any minister coming from another Association, to unite with the High Point Association, must bring his license or credentials or be vouched for by some Christian soldier. 17. No member or group of members of this Association shall join another sister church in the same city or town without a letter of dismissal unless the church to which said member belongs fails to discharge its full duty in all of its doctrinal rights. 18. No church will be admitted into this Association, if said church has erred, or failed to keep peace among themselves; and if such church or churches should seek admission, said church will be given a hearing and investigated by a strict committee made up of the Executive Board. 19. This Association will not receive, without a thorough investigation, any church or churches coming from another Association, from which the hand of fellowship has been withdrawn by the Association of which it was a member. 20. The Executive Board of this Association is empowered to take in churches, withdraw the hand of fellowship from churches, and do general business for said Association just the same as the Association in session. 21. This Association shall have but one Treasurer. 22. All expendltttres and appropriations-must be made by a committee appointed by the Moderator. 2S. Any member of this Association during its sitting known to raise a disturbance shall be alenced until said member asks this Association's pardon for the offense. 24. A special fund shaD be established for sick and retired ministers in the bounds of the Hiffh Point Associaticm. 25. The Minutes of the Aaaodation and the Woman's Auxiliary shall be printed under one r; and Minutes of the Sunday School, and of the Usher Board Convention shaU be printed oneeover. ENROLLMENT 1. Rev. James T. Walkins, #6 Ross Court, Greensboro, N.C. 27401 2. Rev. Amerose Jackson, P. 0. Box 67, Sedalia, N.C. 27342 3. Mazie Crews Enoch, P. 0. Box 262, Summerfield, N.C. 27358 4. Rev. James A. Gilliam, 310 State Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 5. Rev. D. B. Sally, 1320 Marble Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 6. Annie Mae Lewis, 1429 Gholson, Winston-Salem, N.G. 7. Rev. Ronald H. Brooks, 1327 Raefon Street, Burlington, N.C. 8. Mr. George Simpson, Riedsville, N.C. 27320 9. Sister Rosie B. Kennedy, 750 Doggett Drive, Browns Summitt, N.C. 27214 10. Mr. Ernest Holt, Box 3616, Gibsonville, N.C. 27249 11. Wilson Brimm, Route 3, Box 293, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 12. Rev. Walter James, Route 5, Burlington, N.C. 13. Rev. Samuel A. Rouson, 1710 Eastwood Avenue, Greensboro, N.C. 27401 14. Mazie S. Wooduff, 456 W. 24 Vz Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 15. Dr. A. 0. Walker, 1918 Drexmore Avenue, Greensboro, N.C. 16. Roy Hopkins, 5221 150 East, Browns Summitt, N.C. 27214 17. Rev. W. L. Wilson, 1101 Rich Avenue, Winston- Salem, N.C. 18. P. Thomas Scales, 2720 Drewry Lane, Winston-Salem, N.C. 19. Chris Summers, 5339 150 East, Browns Summitt, N.C. 27214 20. Cary McMillian, 2712 Teresa Avenue, Winston- Salem, N.C. 21. Rev. Derioux Johnson, Greensboro, N.C. 22. Rev. W. H. Hall, 1616 Eastwood Avenue, Greensboro, N.C. 23. Rev. I. C. Mullins, 1212 N. Dunleith Avenue, Winston-Salem, N.C. 24. Robert Lee Moore, 125 Kilkare Court, Winston-Salem, N.C. 25. Joseph T. Walker, 1013 East 12th Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 26. Enoch Carter, 1222 Nowlin Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27. James Lewis, Jr., 4721 Plata Drive, Winston-Salem, N.C. 28. Rev. Anthony E. Tarror, Route 12, Box 1084, Greensboro, N.C. 29. Evelyn B. Anderson, Route 5, Box 67, Mebane, N.C. 27302 30. Anna Mae Norman, 1073 W. Virginia Street, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 31. Mrs. Annie Belle Overby, 1010 Barbara Avenue, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 32. Mrs. Cneola Taylor, 1021 South Frankin Road, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 33. Emety A. Woodbury, 1085 W. Virginia Street, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 34. Rev. N. R. Rowdy, 2920 Bon Air Avenue, Winston-Salem, N.C. 35. Sister Margaret Rawley, 819 Virginia Street, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 36. Rev. D. D. Baldwin, Route 11, Box 223, Greensboro, N.C. 37. Rev. L. M. McCollum, 1517 Fitch Street, Winston- Salem, N.C. 38. Rev. Perley B. Robinson, 2228 Delta Place, Greensboro, N.C. 39. W. E. Spann, 2601 Ansonia Street, Winston- Salem, N.C. 40. Rev. Y. C. Smith, Greensboro, N.C. 41. Rev. W. H. Brice, 3219 Treeman MiU Road. Greensboro, N.C. 42. Mrs. Ruby Price, Route 2, Box 420, StoneviUe, N.C. 27048 43. Joyce Cummings, Route 2, Box 388, Reidsville, N.C. 29320 44. Debra L. EUington, Rt. 8, Box 114, Reidsville, N.C.27320 45. PamelaCody, Route 4, Box 318, Reidsville, N.C.27320 46. Mable Galloway, Route 8, Box 114, Reidsville, N.C. 27320 47. Mrs. Swindell Walker, 1918 Drexmore Avenue, Greensboro, N.C. 48. CeUa Brim, Route 3, Box 293, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 49. Ionia Smith, 340 Hadley Street, Mt. Airy, N.C. 27030 50. Pam Jean Dudley, P. 0. Box 213, StonevUle, N.C. 27048 51. Mrs. Bernice McKinnon, 914 Roosevelt, Winston- Salem, N.C. 52. Janice Hines, 925 Taft Street, Winston-Salem. N.C. 53. Dallas Baldwin, Jr.. Route 11, Box 223, Drakewood Drive, Greensboro, N.C. 54. Mrs. W. L. Wilson, 1101 Rich Avenue, Winston- Salem, N.C. 55. Miss Mildred Searcy, 1313 Argonne Blvd., Winston- Salem, N.C. 56. Rev. James R. Rudd, 3925 Sedgdrew Drive, Greensboro, N.C. 57. John W. Scales, Route 1, Box 108. StoneviUe, N.C. 27048 58. Ruth Bower, Robbins, N.C. 27325 59. Mrs. Ethel Lewis. 3704 Whitfield, Winston-Salem, N.C. 60. Sallie L. Thacker, 1225 East 10th Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 61. Dr. W. E. Brannon. 424 West 27th Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 62. James L. Roberts, Box 313, StoneviUe. N.C. 3 63. Mrs. WiUie Summers, 5339 150 East, Browns Summitt, N.C. 27214 64. Frank Myer, Route 3, Mebane, N.C. 27302 65. Rev. S. L. Fogle, 818 BUboro Street, Greensboro, N.C. 66. Sandra Campbell, 2205 Bethabara Road, Apt. B3, Winston- Salem, N.C. 67. Rosezel Standback, 1302 Ashboro Street, Greensboro, N.C. 68. Rev. B. H. Bonham, 1668 E. 22 Street, Winston- Salem, N.C. 69. Rev. Joseph Walker, 2908 Phillip Avenue, Greensboro, N.C. 70. Myrtie Hughes, 713 N. Dunlieth Avenue, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27101 71. Frances Ferrell, 2605 Rosemary Drive, Winston-Salem, N.C. 72. Mrs. Mary Ellen Jones, 508 Martin Street, Greensboro, N.C. 73. Bruce Rudd, 3925 Sedgerow Drive, Greensboro, N.C. 74. Mrs. Alyce Baldwin, Route 11, Box 223, Greensboro, N.C. 75. Mr. Shepard Burnett. Route 5, Mebane, N.C. 27302 76. Donald Wayne Leath, Route 2, Box 27, Elon College, N.C. 27244 77. Miss Maggie Gilmer, 518 Jamestown Road, Greensboro, N.C. 27409 78. Martha L. White, 938 Martin Street, Greensboro, N.C. 79. Rev. Alphonso Harvey. Route 2, Venna Dozier Road, Pfafftown, N.C. 27040 80. Mrs. Lucille Fogle, 818 B'ilbro Street, Greensboro, N.C. 81. Mrs. F. D. Fuller, 403 Jamestown Road, Greensboro, N.C. 82. Rev. William J. Holt. P. 0. Box 54, Burlington, N.C. 83. Rev. George Douglas, Winston-Salem, N.C. 84. Rev. Curtis Carring^on, 2005 Wellington Drive, Greensboro, N.C. 85. Mr. Jessie Sandle, 606 Fisher Street, Glenn Raven, N.C. 27214 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1977 10:00 A.M. Devotion Leaders: First Baptist, Gibsonville; First Calvary; Bellview; New Jerusalem. The devotion service was opened by singing "At The Cross", scripture II Kings 17:1-10 was read by Dallas Baldwin, Jr. Prayer was offered by Brother William Crank. There were other songs and testimonies to make it a very inspiring devotion. 10:30 A.M. Moderator W. L. Wilson presiding. Rev. Wilson thanked the devotion leaders for conducting such an inspiring service, he then appointed a committee to examine the programs. The following persons were named: Rev. I. C. MuUins, Mrs. E. B. Anderson, Mrs. Ethel M. Lewis. Report Of Committee: Brother Moderator, We your committee on program wish to recommend that the printed program serve as a guide for this the 88th annual session of the High Point Education and Missionary Baptist Association. Your Committee, Rev. I. C. Mullins, E. B. Anderson, Ethel M. Lewis Enrollment Committee: Janice Mines; Dallas Baldwin, Jr. During enrollment a song was offered "I Will Trust In The Lord." After enrollment, two more committees were appointed. Finance Committee: Rev. James Rudd Appropriation Committee: Mrs. Mammie Wilson Mrs. Clara Sandle Mrs. Mildard Searcy Mr. John Scales General theme "God's word is sufficient for any time that we live," was discussed by Miss Martha White. Following the theme, the introductory sermon. Rev. J. B. Walker was asked to alternate in the absence of Rev. F. A. Leak. At this point Rev. D. D. Baldwin and Rev. J. B. Walker were in charge of the service. Scripture was read from Psalms 137 and prayer was offeren by Rev. J. B. Walker. A duet from First Baptist, Gibsonville. Rev. Baldwin arose and addressed the moderator and body, gave thanks to the Lord for being able to be present and expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to preach the Introductory Sermon. Rev. Baldwin's text; Daniel 3:17, 18 his subject; "Loyalty Under Fire." After the sermon Brother Lurnette and Brother Scales lifted the offering $48.70. Moderator WUson, in charge, called for the recogpfiition of visitors. Dr. A. 0. Walker, vice-moderator, presented visitors to the body. 1:00 P.M. - Lunch - Ministerial Ordination Examination 2:00 P.M. Devotion Leaders: Zion Baptist; First Baptist, Oak Ridge; Morning Star, Winston-Salem; Martin Chapel 2:30 P.M. Central Orphanage - Mr. H. V. Bryant 3:00 P.M. Offering $103.54 Moderator Wilson presiding, called for the report of the ordaining council: The ordaining council to wit: Rev. W. L. Wilson, Dr. W. E. Brannon, Dr. A. 0. Walker, Rev. B. H. Boham, Rev. I. C. Mullins, Rev. D. D. Baldwin. Called before the council for examination were: Brother Robert L. Moore of New Jerusalem Baptist Church, Brother Anthony Elgin Farrar of Locust Grove Baptist Church, Brother Benjamin W. Mittman of Shiloh Baptist Church, Brother Samuel Hatcher of Zion Baptist Church, and Brother Derioux Johnson of St. Paul Baptist Church. After careful examination, the council voted to ordain these brethem: Rev. L C. Mullins to present the Bible. Rev. B. H. Boham to present the hymn book. Dr. W. E. Brannon to give the charge. Rev. D. D. Baldwin for ordination prayer. It was moved and seconded to approve the work of the coimcil. QUESTION BOX QUESTION: Would it be wrong for the Women's Auxiliary of the Association to represent directly to the State Convention without sending it through the Association? ANSWER: No it would not be wrong, but we would not be following old rules. QUESTION: What needs to be done for this to be allowed? ANSWER: This would need constitutional changes. QUESTION: Is selling in church on Sunday right or wrong? ANSWER: Yes and no - selling on Sunday is out of order. If the members would pay their tithes you would not need to sell. QUESTION: How does a church go about calling a pastor? ANSWER: First prayer, a pulpit committee is appointed, after prayer and hearing candidates, announce the time the minister will be presented to the body. The body then would vote on the suggested minister. QUESTION: Do you feel it is right to pay certain amounts to purchase placks for pews in memory of family members? ANSWER: If the procedure has been voted on it is in order for the member to place a plack on the pew. QUESTION: What happens to the committee on new pastor if the recommendations are not accepted? ANSWER: When the committee's recommendation is voted down, imless the body extends their time, their work is finished. QUESTION: How does a woman become a deaconess and what are her duties? ANSWER: She would arise to be a deaconess through her husband. She should be a pers<m that can remain calm, pray, and think. The deaconess should lead in rendering services for those in need. 4:40 P.M. Dismissed by Rev. S. L. Fogle. 6:00 P.M. Dinner 7:00 P.M. Devotion Leaders: Locust Grove, Phillips Chapel, Melita Grove, Gethsenune 7:30 P.M. Moderator Wilson presiding, thanked the body for an inspiring devotion and turned the service over to the host pastor for the welcome program. WELCOME PROGRAM Mistress Of Ceremony Ms. Mary Johnson JUNIOR DEPARTMENT Welcome Percell Wilkins Dedication Junior Choir INTRODUCTION OF GUEST Mrs. Carolyn Canty WELCOME TO CITY Mrs. Mazie Woodruff, County Commissioner YOUNG ADULT DEPARTMENT Welcome Mrs. Gwendolyn Cornelius Dedication Spiritual Choir SENIOR ADULT DEPARTMENT Welcome Mr. William Turner Dedication Senior Choir PASTORAL WELCOME Rev. I. C. Mullins SPECIAL DEDICATION: Spiritual Choir, Senior Choir and Junior Choir 8:05 P.M. Moderator Wilson asked Rev. B. H. Bonham to accept the welcome program. The offering was lifted before the doctrinal sermon which amounted to $119.00. 8:30 P.M. Dr. A. 0. Walker and Rev. S. A, Rouson were asked to the rostum for the Doctrinal Sermon. The candidates and their wives were seated across the front facing the rostum. After a song from the choir Dr. Walker addressed the moderator and the body. His text was taken from St. Matthew 16:18. 19; 28:18-20. His subject: "Power of the Christian Church." After the sermon the wives of the candidates knelt and all ordained gathered around for the ordination ceremony. After the ordination. Rev. D. D. Baldwin presented the ordination certificates to the candidates. We were dismissed by Dr. A. 0. Walker. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1977 10:00 A.M. Devotion Leaders: Jones Chapel, Canaan, Wentworth, Westside 10:30 A.M. Vice-Moderator Walker presiding general theme discussed by Mrs. Rosa Kennedy. 10:40 A.M. Moderator presiding. Enrollment continued, roll call of Churches. 11:10 A.M. Dr. W. E. Brannon and Rev. S. L. Fogle were asked to the rostum for the Missionary Sermon. After a song. Rev. Fogle offered prayer. Another song. Dr. Brannon arose and addressed the moderator and the body, his text: St. John 4:28-30. His subject: "Finding the Real Thing." Song: "Are You Washed in the Blood of the Lamb." Rev. Fogle commented on the sermon and turned the service over to the moderator who sang "0 When the Saints Go Marching In," and asked for the offering. Total offering $56.50. Roll call of ministers. Committees were named, recognition of visitors and remarks from Rev. Graves of South Bos- ton, Virginia. 12:30 P.M. Dismissed by Dr. Brannon. 1:00 P.M. Lunch 2:00 P.M. Devotion Leaders: Bethlehem; St. James; St. Paul: Morning Star, Burlington. 6 2:35 P.M. Vice-Moderator Walker presiding. Roll call of ministers and Churches. REPORT OF OFFICERS VICE-MODERATOR Brother Moderator, fellow officers, delegates, and members of the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association, the Lord has blessed me to serve as your Vice-Moderator for the last 12 months. I have enjoyed serving and should you see fit to have me serve again, I shall be glad to do so with all my abiUty. Yours in Christ, Dr. A. 0. Walker, Vice-Moderator Moved and seconded to receive as read. RECORDING SECRETARY Brother Moderator, officers, messengers, and friends of the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association. I give the honor and praise to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, and my many thanks to you that I am able to make this report. My apology for the errors and mistakes on my part. Having served in this capacity for the past seven years, the experience has been educational, rewarding, sometimes sorrowful, but mostly joyful. Humbly and joyfully submitted. Rev. D. D. Baldwin Moved and seconded for adoption. ASSISTANT SECRETARY Brother Moderator, officers, ministers, delegates, and friends of this fine convention. I have to count it a blessing that God has spared my Ufe to serve you another year. I have worked with the program as cooperatively as possible. I solicit your prayers that God will continue to guide me as I give you service. If it is your desire I am willing to continue serving this convention. Yours in Christ, James M. Lewis, Jr., Assistant Secretary Moved and seconded for adoption. CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Brother Moderator, fellow officers, and members of the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association. I have enjoyed serving as your Corresponding Secretary, for the past year. Should you see fit to have me serve again, I shall be glad to do so with all my ability. Yours in Christ, James E. Rudd Moved and seconded for adoption. TREASURER Brother Moderator, delegates, officers, and members of the High Point Educational Missionary Baptist Association. I thank God for sparing me to make this my 28th report. TREASURER Brought Forward, July 29, 1976 $11,118.91 Rec. From Assoc., July 30, 1976 251.67 Interest, June 27, 1977 611 73 TOTAL $11,982.31 BUILDING FUND Brought Forward, July 29, 1976 $17,840.55 Rec. From Assoc., July 30, 1976 890.25 Interest, June 27, 1977 981.00 TOTAL $19,211.80 SCHOLARSHIP FUND Brought Forward, July 29, 1976 $ 375.87 Rec. From Assoc. July 30, 1976 ($182.50-150.00) 32.50 Interest, June 27, 1977 21.86 TOTAL $ 430.23 RETIRED MINISTERS' FUND Brought Forward, July 29, 1976 $ 2,009.71 Rec. From Assoc., July 30, 1976 52.50 Rec. From Assoc., August 10, 1976 9.00 Rec. From Assoc., August24, 1976 15.00 Rec. From Assoc., November 2, 1976 2.00 Interest, July 1, 1977 105.81 TOTAL $ 2,194.02 CHECKING ACCOUNT Brought Forward, July 29, 1976 $ 72.39 Rec. From Assoc., July 30, 1976 252.00 Scholarship Fund, July 30, 1976 150.00 TOTAL $ 474.39 PAID OUT OF CHECKING ACCOUNT Scholarship To Denise Smith $ 150.00 Tax On Property 12.02 1976 Minutes 225.00 TOTAL $ 387.02 BALANCE $ 87.37 Moved and seconded for adoption. Your in Christ, Roy Hopkins APPOINTED AUDITOR Brother Moderator, officers, "the association," I have carefully examined the treasure and have audited all books and records and I have found them to be in order and are balanced to be true and correct. Yours in Christ, Rev. W. E. Brannon Appointed Auditor Moved and seconded for adoption. FIELD WORKER Mr. Moderator, officers, ministers, members and visitors of this wonderful association, I wish to report the completion of a very successful year, by the help of almightly God. I was able through the help of God and some very dedicated brothers and sisters in Christ to visit 24 of our sisters Churches. I was received well by all and also given contributions and spiritual support. The following list contains the names of the Churches and the amounts of contributions given if any. Bellview, Haw River, N.C. $21.00; Bethlehem, Stoneville, N.C. $15.00; Community, Winston- Salem, N.C. None; Canaan, Winston-Salem, N.C. $10.00; First Baptist, Gibsonville, N.C. None; First Baptist, Glen Raven, N.C. $20.00; First Baptist, Oak Ridge, N.C. None; First Calvary, Winston- Salem, N.C. $31.00; Gethsemane, Greensboro, N.C. $25.00; Jones Chapel, Reidsville, N.C. $50.00; Locust Grove, Browns Summit, N.C. $5.00; Melita Grove, Asheboro, N.C. $20.00; Morning Star, Burlington, N.C. None; Mt. Carmel, High Point, N.C. None; New Jerusalem, Winston -Salem, N.C. $15.00; New Calvery, Greenboro, N.C. None; Oak Springs, Stokesdale, N.C. None; Phillips Chapel, Winston-Salem, N.C. $25.00; St. James, Greensboro, N.C. None; Sharon, Stoneville, N.C. $25.00; St. Paul, Greensboro, N.C. None; Zion, Mt. Airy, N.C. $25.00; West Side, Bobbins, N.C. $25.00; and First Thessalonian, Winston- Salem, N.C. None. The total of the above contributions come to the amount of $312.00, of which all was used for the expense of the visits. Enclosed are cashiers checks from my personal tithes and offering for the amount of $35.00 to be distributed to the following sources: Rev. W. L. Wilson, $5.00; High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association, $10.00; Shaw University Devinity School, $15.00; and High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association Retired Ministers Fund, $5.00. I solicit your prayers that I may do a better job for the Lord in the future. Yours in Christ, Rev. Samuel A. Rouson, Sr., Field Worker P.S. $100.00 check for Shaw Devinity School from Elliotts Wholesale Floral Supply, Inc., Greensboro, N.C. Moved and seconded for adoption. 3:10 P.M. Dr. Walker asked that everybody that sing in their home choirs go to the choir loft and Rev. Curtis Carrington to play. The offering was lifted, $60.00. The presidents in the association were asked to the rostum. Rev. G. H. Bonham escorted the moderator to the rostum and presented him. A song from the choir. MODERATOR'S ANNUAL ADDRESS The Moderator addressed the chair and the body, the pulpit associates. RECOMMENDATIONS I recommend we give Rev. James Lewis $200.00. I recommend we give Rev. W. H. Hall $150.00. I recommend that a full meal ticket $8.00 and single ticket $2.00. Recommend a $200.00 scholarship. Yours in Christ, Rev. W. L. Wilson, Moderator The Moderator's Twenty-Eighth Annual Address Mr. Vice-Moderator, fellow ministers, messengers, and friends of the High Point Education^ and Missionary Baptist Association: It becomes my happy privilege to deliver my twenty-eighth annual address. I assure you that words are inadequate to express the height and depth of appreciation of having been able to meet you once more, face to face. As we assemble here for this twenty-eighth annual session, I greet you with a prayer of thanksgfiving. We are grateful that the Lord has enabled us to gather here at the New Jerusalem Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, N.C. I wish to thank the President of the Usher Board Convention, Brother Ernest Holt; all of the officers for their support; Brother William H. Gwyn, President of the Sunday School Convention; and all officers for their loyal support. The President of the Woman's Auxiliary, Mrs. E. B. Anderson; Mrs. Annie M. Lewis, Junior Directress of the Junior Department; and all officers for their loyal support. PROGRESSIVE NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTIONAL, INC. I wish to thank the association for sending me to the National Baptist Convention. The convention was held in Washington, D.C., September 6-12, 1976. Theme "The Bicentennial - A Nation Remembering and Repenting" II Chronicle 7:14. It was a great session two Baptist denominations joined in mission. Dr. Thomas KUgorl was elected president of the convention. The next session will be held in Atlanta, Georgia. God's Work Is Sufficient For Any Time That We Live Isaiah 55:1-12 1. Ho, everyone that thirsteth, come ye to waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea come, buy wine and milk without money and without price. 2. Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labour for that which satisfieth not? Harken dihgently unto me, and eat ye that which is good, and let your soul delight itself in fatness. 3. Incline your ear, and come unto me; hear, and your soul shall live; and I will make an everlasting covenant with you, even the sure mercies of David. 4. Behold, I have given him for a witness to the people, a leader and commander the people. 5. Behold, thou shalt call a nation that thou knowest not, and nations that knew not and thee shall run unto thee because of the Lord thy God and for the Holy One of Israel; for He hath glorified thee. 6. Seek the Lord while He may be found, call upon Him while He is near. 7. Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts and let him return unto the Lord, and He will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for He will abundantly pardon. 8. For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways, saith the Lord. 9. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways and My thoughts than your thoughts. 10. For as the rain cometh down, and the snow from heaven, and returneth not thither, but watereth the earth, and maketh it bring forth and bud, that it may give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater. 11. So shall My word be that goeth out of mouth: it shall not return unto Me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I send it. 12. For ye shall go out with joy, and be forth with peace: the mountains and the hills shall break forth before you into singing, and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands. MATTHEW 6:34 Take therefore no thought for the morrow for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. ST. MATTHEW 4:4 But He answered and said. It is written, man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. ISAIAH 22, 23 Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else. I have sworn by myself, the word is gone out of my mouth in righteousness, and shall not return, that unto Me every knee shall bow, every tongue shall swear. PSALM 119:11, 105 Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee. Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path Respectfully submitted, Rev. W. L. Wilson, Moderator After the Moderator's address: a motion that the Moderator's address be placed in the minutes and the recommendations be placed in the hands of a committee for study. The motion was carried. Rev. B. H. Bonham, Sister Willie Summers, Rev. S. L. Fogle were named as committee to study the recommendations. REPORT OF COMMITTEES COMMITTEE ON OFFICERS Brother Moderator, we your committee on officers wish to make the following report: Moderator Rev. W. L. Wilson Vice- Moderator Rev. B. H. Boham Recording Secretary Rev. D. D. Baldwin Assistant Secretary Mr. James Lewis, Jr. Corresponding Secretary Rev. J. R. Rudd Treasurer Mr. Roy Hopkins Field Worker Rev. S. G. Rouson Auditor Rev. Curtis Carrington (See Friday Session For Revised Committee On Officer Report) 10 Humbly submitted. Brother Ernest Holt, Rev. W. E. Brannon, Sister Sallie L. Thacker, Sister Ethel Lewis, Sister Ruth Bower, Sister Willie Summers and Brother James L. Roberts. Moved and seconded for adootion. COMMITTEE ON MODERATOR'S RECOMMENDATIONS We the committee on the Moderator's recommendations, recommend that we accept to give: Rev. James Lewis $200.00 Rev. W. E. HaU $150.00 Meal tickets - Single $2.00 Meal Tickets - Full $8.00 Scholarship $200.00 Rev. B. H. Boham, Rev. J. L. Calemon, Rev. S. L. Fogle, Sister Willie Summers Moved and seconded for adoption. COMMITTEE ON TIME AND PLACE Brother Moderator, the time and place committee would like to make the following report. The Martin Chapel Baptist Church of Mebane, N.C., has extended an invitation to the association to worship with them in the 89th annual setting. Your committee, Mr. Shephard Burnette, Mrs. Alyce Baldwin, Mr. Bruce Rudd, Mrs. Mary E. Jones, Mrs. Frances Terrell, Miss Myrtle Hughes, Rev. J. B. Walker and Mr. George Simpson. Moved and seconded to accept the committee's report. COMMITTEE ON NEW BODIES We will accept new bodies willing to work with our association and accept Churches properly organized provided they must be Missionary Baptist Churches. Rev. B. H. Boham - Chairman, Sandra Campbell - Secretary, Mrs. Rosegel Standback, Rev. S. L. Fogle, Mr. Frank Myers Moved and seconded to be received. COMMITTEE ON VOTE OF THANKS Brother Moderator, Vice-Moderator, ministers, delegates, and members of the New Jerusalem Baptist Church. Words cannot express our sincere thanks and gratitude for the hospitality that you have shown us during this great association. We have enjoyed every moment of our stay. here. Your deep kindness and love shown toward us has been most appreciated. We would like to say thank you for every kind deed, shown us. May God bless each Your committee, Mrs. Ruby Price Mrs. Mable GaUoway, Mrs. Pamela Cody Moved and seconded for adoption. Mrs. Debra Ellington and Mrs. Joyce Cummings COMMITTEE OF EDUCATION Brother Moderator, we the committee on education wish to submit the following report: (1) Realizing the needs of education grows more stronger each year, we urge your continuing support to the educational program. (2) That the past recommendation, $25.00 per year to the scholarship fund, from each church in the association be continued. (3) And continuing with the past reminder of sending a letter to the clerk of each church, to remind them of their obligation. Your committee, Bernice McKinnon, Pam Dudley and Swindell Walker 11 COMMITTEE ON OFFICERS Moved and seconded for adoption. COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATION Mr. Moderator, we your committee on finance wish to recommend the following report for your approval. Moderator $ 69.00 Vice-Moderator 37.50 Recording Secretary 69.00 Corresponding Secretary 28.00 Treasurer 39.00 Assistant Secretary 35.00 Auditor (Acting) 7.50 Ministers On Program, 4 At $11 Each 44.00 Alt. Ministers On Prog., 4 At $8 Each 32.00 Finance Committee, 2 At $19 Each 38.00 Finance Secretary 24.00 Disbursement Committee. 2 At $8 Each 16.00 Enrollment Committee, 2 At $7 Each 14.00 Executive Board Member, 3 At $6 Each 18.00 Printing Of Program 42.87 Correspondence And Mailing 11.00 Moderator Expense 160.00 Delegate To National Convention 300.00 GRAND TOTAL $984.37 Moved and seconded for adoption. Dismissed by Rev. Coleman. 6:00 P.M. Dinner 7:20 P.M. Devotions were opened by delegates from St. Paul and Morning Star, Burligton. 7:40 P.M. Roll call of ministers and churches. 7:45 P.M. Dr. C. C. Craig was asked to the pulpit and received by a standing ovation. Dr. C. C. Craig is now the Executive Secretary of the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Dr. Craig's text was found in St. Luke 16, his subject: "What do you think about Christ?." As always Dr. Craig delivered a very inspiring sermon. Song: "I Sing Because I'm Happy." 8:35 P.M. The offering was a honor roll. The amount of $79.25, a special offering for Dr. Sherrell $31.19. Recognition of visitors. HONOR ROLL $5 Donors: Rev. Ambrosa Jackson, Rev. S. L. Fogle $2 Donors: James L. Roberts, Rev. Derioux Johnson, Rev. W. H. Hall, Rev. P. B. Robinson, Rev. W. E. Brannon, Mr. James Lewis, Jr. $1 Donors: Dr. A. 0. Walker, Mr. William Gymn, Rev. Robert Moore, Jimmie Rutledge, Miss Martha White, Mrs. Madgeline G. Rouson, Mrs. Lucille Wallington, Mrs. Magie Enoch, Mrs. Christine Williams, Mrs. Clara Sandle, Mr. Jessie Sandle, Rev. W. L. Wilson, Mrs. Tommy Harrington, Mr. Glenn Weathers, Mr. Lloydd Little, Dr. Qunicy Caldwell, Rev. Joe Walker, Rev. S. A. Rouson, Mrs. Mary Ellen Jones, Mrs. Bernise McKinnon, Mrs. Blondel Hardin, Mrs. Sallie Thocker, Mr. Dallas Baldwin, Jr., Mr. Donald Leath, Jr., Mr. Bruce Rudd, Mrs. Louvene Dudley, Miss Pam Dudley, Rev. G. P. Douglas, Mrs. Carrie Harrington, Mrs. Henriette Goode, Mrs. Mable Moore, Mrs. Frances FerreU, Mrs. Sandra Campelle, Mrs. Lucille Fogle, Mrs. 12 Phyllis Jackson, Miss Mytie Hughes, Miss Janice Hines, Rev. D. B. Salley, Rev. I. C. Mullins, Mrs. Mamie Wilson, Mrs. Laua Fuller, Miss Mildred Searcy, Rev. J. R. Rudd, Mr. John Scales. Miss Maggie Gilmer, Mr. H. N. Goode MINISTER'S ROLL CALL Ordained $2 - Licentiate $1 The Reverands and brothers: P.S. Albright, Bernard Adams, D. D. Baldwin, B. H. Bonham, W. E. Brannon, Carl Brim. L. H. Brooks, Curtis Carrington, J. L. Coleman, Jacob Dillard, George Douglas, S. L. Fogle, W. H. Hall, Walter James, C. W. Leak, L. M. McCollum, L C. Mullins, J. M. Lewis, H. M. Pettiford, Joseph Parker, S. A. Rouson, Y. C. Smith, J.R. Rudd, D. B. Sally, Lewis Smith, Alex Turner, J. A. Gilliam, B. P. Robinson, Samuel Comeluis, W. H. Brice, Robert Moore, Samuel Hatcher. Benjamin W. Mittman, Anthony Farrar, Derioux Johnson, W. L. Wilson, J. B, Walker, A. 0. Walker, A. Harvey, J. T. Walker, R. N. Rowdy, M. A. Buie FRIDAY, AUGUSTS, 1977 10:05 A.M. Devotion Leaders: Oak Springs, St. Paul 10:33 A.M. Moderator Wilson presiding. Rev. Wilson thanked the body for such an inspiring devotion and made remarks. A letter from Miss Denise Smith thanking the association for the scholarship was read and accepted by the body. Dear Congregation, I am sorry that I am unable to attend the association meeting myself, but due to the fact that I am attending summer school and also working a part time job in the afternoons I am imable to attend the meeting. I would like to thank you very much for the scholarship that was awarded to me last year. It was greatly appreciated and also well used. I am getting along fine in school and working hard to keep my grades up. Again I thank you and may God bless you all. Sincerely, Denise Smith, Student of Jefferson College Offering was lifted which amounted to $35. A love offering for Sister Fuller and Sister Johnson $35. Following the offerings the Moderator called for the recognition of visitors. Rev. Adams representing the Rising Star and Rowan Associations made remarks. The committee on officers returned to finish their report. It was moved and seconded that Dr. A. 0. Walker be reinstated as Vice-Moderator. It was moved and seconded that the following replacements be made on both the executive board and ordination council: Rev. A. Y. Hairston replaced by Rev. Willie Brice, Rev. W. M. Harris replaced by Rev. J. R. Rudd, Rev. W. H. Moore replaced by Rev. S. L. Fogle, Rev. W. H. Hall replaced by Rev. Curtis Carrington, and Rev. J. M. Lewis replaced by Rev. F. A. Leak. EXECUTIVE BOARD Rev. W. L. WUson, Rev. S. L. Fogle, Rev. F. A. Leak, Rev. I. C. Mullins, Rev. H. T. Thomas. Rev. C. W. Leak, Rev. B. H. Bonham ORDINATION COUNCIL Rev. W. L. Wilson, Rev. J. R. Rudd, Rev. Curtis Carrington, Rev. D. B. Sally, Rev. Jacob DUlard, Rev. WUlie Brice. Rev. S. L. Fogle, Dr. A. 0. Walker, Rev. B. H. Bonham TRUSTEES Due to the resigning of Mr. Roy Hopkins as trustee and the declining of Dr. W. E. Brannon to serve and some other heated discussion concerning the trustees a motion was made and carried that the Moderator appoint a committee to seek for trustees. The appointed committee: Dr. A. 0. Walker, Mrs. Clara Sandle, Rev. F. A. Leak, Mr. Robert Smith, and Mrs. Lucille Fogle. 13 REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE Bellview $ 20.00 Bethlehem 59.60 Community Baptist 30.00 Canaan Baptist 65.00 First Baptist, Gibsonville 50.00 First Baptist, Glen Raven 60.00 First Baptist, Oak Ridge 85.00 First Calvary 301.00 First Thessalonian 30.00 Gethsemane 198.00 Jones Chapel 50.00 Locust Grove 76.00 Martins Chapel 94.00 Mt. Carmel, High Point 38.50 Melita Grove 50.00 Morning Star, Burlington 60.00 Morning Star, Winston-Salem 85.00 New Jerusalem 150.00 New Calvary 50.00 Oak Springs 80.00 Phillip Chapel 100.00 Shiloh 25.00 Sharon 138.50 St. Paul 130.00 St. James N/R West Side 23.50 Wentworth 60.00 Zion Baptist 35.00 Woman's Auxiliary 560.00 Sunday School 417.00 Usher Board 132.50 Representation Of Churches 2,818.50 Minister's Roll Call 83.00 Enrollment 82.00 Offering Shaw University 81.10 Offering Central Orphanage 99.00 Public Offering 201.00 Meal Tickets 302.60 Offering Dr. Sherrill 31.44 Special Offering Mrs. Johnson & Mrs. Fuller 35.01 GRAND TOTAL $6,149.15 DISBURSEMENT Appropriation $ 984.37 Shaw University 500.00 Central Orphanage 392.50 Foreign Mission 119.75 Building Fund 505.50 To Reg. Treas 699.21 Retired Ministers Fund 1.75 Checking Account 300.00 Meal Tickets Left At Church 302.60 Scholarship Fund 139.00 Rev. James Lewis 200.00 Rev. W. H. HaU 150.00 GRAND TOTAL $3,328.98 Building Fund 505.50 Scholarship Fund 139.00 Your Finance and Disbursement Committee, Rev. James Rudd, Chairman; Mr. John Scales, Mrs. Mamie Wilson, Miss MUdred Search; Mrs. Clara H. Sandle, Finance Secretary. Moved and seconded for adoption. 14 REPORT OF OBITUARY COMMITTEE SHARON, STONEVILLE: NEW CALVARY: Deacon Hamlin Spencer Mr. James Clark Sister Hallie Scales ST. PAUL: FIRST BAPTIST, GIBSONVILLE: Mrs. Gertrude Cooper Baby Latasha Richardson Brother Lonnie Maxwell Sister Mary Foust JONES CHAPEL: CANAAN: Mr. Jerry Neal Sister Rosella Williams Mrs. Bessie Neal SHILOH: LOCUST GROVE: Sister Addie Davis Sister Elsie Milton WENTWORTH: Mr. Tom McTear Mrs. Maggie Gravely Mrs. Christine Joyce MARTIN CHAPEL: Sister Mattie Gilcrest Mrs. Dabbie Haith Mr. Brown GETHSEMANE: FIRST CALVARY: Mrs. Clara Hempshill Sister Bertha Hamlett Deacon Ike Harris Mr. George Secrest Brother Joseph Wilson Brother Charlie Miles NEW JERUSALEM: MORNING STAR, WINSTON-SALEM: Brother Alvin Fisher Mr. Phillip Coleman Brother Alvin Fisher, Jr. Mrs. Gladys Hughes Sister Frances Adams MORNING STAR, BURLINGTON: Sister Elsie Crockett Mr. Joe Evans PHILLIPS CHAPEL: Mrs. Emma Spurgoen Song: "May The Work I've Done Speak For Me" Rev. Rudd and Rev. Carrington were already on the rostum, following the song Rev. Rudd prayed and read the scripture from Revelation 22 and presented Rev. Carrington. Rev. Carrington addressed the Moderator and the body and sang, "It's In My Heart." His text Revelation 21:16, 17. His subject "the final judgement." We were dismissed after the sermon. 15 «"p ceo ^ tsi 1 P 65 Do o en M -1 ST >^ a. o c o X ■-J 3 M ^ !;, (D 3 3 03 O C 3 O 2. e. ? W TO O ?-3 < C ^W3 ^P fti -» "1 3 2- p. (T 3 P 3 - p o 5' C- tH Q Ij ►Tj TJ HT] Tj o O CO « Q tfl t/i t/i , O 3- 3 i-J P3 p O 73 3 < n (0 1-^ O CO CO DO p p p p ?"0 73 73 P 3 ooo 3 te ?0 3 P < < c: 3 «• P O <C (D 3 3 P E p 3 3 C CO 5. p p* ■a "< ^■•co ce p 3 c n 3- c« O H-i tN5 H-' iCk o rss cn o p «i o b o o b o o o o o o o os*>.^-'^^l-'^^-qo^I^^h-'l-'OJ l*»•^50o^^^^w^5^-'!^^^^^^^ ^^CX)OC7100C7IC7ICTlt^C71|^ OCJlCTlOCTlOOj-'ptCop bcnbbbbbbbcnbb bbbbbbbbobbb oooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOoO Repre. 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PM cQ cd = 05 03 3 *.E 01 0) il CO O .h .3 CO ■ - rt CO CO OQO CO u a o a CO CO 0^ <u 01 a o. d efl 3 a; (O CO x: a; fclfc 3 V © o> > _ _ _ 2o gww O CO (^ bo bo -^ "e ni •- ^ m .3 CO '^^ '^^ 2 -^ *i B E X CO o o "© e3 3 ^ E "a o> ^-i CO en bo o> u o. w 01 eO CO 3 3 o 1-^ Oi x: t o B 0) SZZOW WWW>tS3 18 NOTE OF SPECIAL INTEREST Rev. W. L. Wilson was awarded the Honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree on Sunday, October 23, 1977, by the Union Christian Bible Institute. SPECIAL CONVOCATION Of TiiE UNION CHRISTIAN BIBLE INSTITUTE Held At EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH 1075 Shalimar Dfuve Winston-Salem, N. C. Honoring THE REVEREND SIR WALTER MACK And THE REVEREND WILLIE LEE WILSON Sunday, October 23, 1977 6:00 P.M. The Reverend L. W. Reid, B.Th., M. Div., D.D., President The Reverend A. D. Moseley, A.B., B.D., M.A., D.D., Dean of Religion The Reverend C. L. Thompio.n, M.A., D.D., Secretary Attorney C. C. Malone, Jr., M.A., L.L.D., Legal Advisor The Reverend W. T. Bigelow, B.Th., D.D., Principle 19 20 Part n Minutes Of The Thirty-Seventh Annual Session Of The Usher Board Convention Of The High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association HELD WITH THE Canaan Baptist Church Winston-Salem, North Carolina Dr. W. Brannon Pastor June 10-11, 1977 Theme: "God's Love For His People" 21 USHER BOARD ENROLLMENT Daisy Alexander, Rev. D. D. Baldwin, Ocie L. Barrett, Martha Brannon, Dr. W. E. Brannon, Ervin Bumpas, Roberta Burton, Pauline Crutchfield, Helen Cummings, Otho Darden, Melvin Davis, Nathaniel Davis, Mrs. Floyd Dowd, Lillie B. Ferguson, Lucille Fogle, Rev. S. L. Fogle, Lillian Gant, Ardelia Giles, EmmaB. Glenn, Prince E. Graves, William Gwynn, Ernest E. Hall, Everett Hardy, Rev. Alphonso Harvey, Virginia C. Hopper, John D. Jessup, Naomi Johnson, Emmer Joice, Loretta Lawary, Carnell D. Leak, Elizabeth Lilly, W. H. Lindsay, Martin L. Lone, Susie M. Malloy, Ophelia McGirt, Pearl Morehead, Rose Murphy, Cynthia Myers, Sandra Myers, Mildred Nash, Helen Neal, Mable Parker, Rev. Herbert Pettiford, Ruby E. Price, John Richardson, Lillie M. Richmond, James L. Roberts, Lillie Robinson, Rebecca Robinson, Rev. Rouson, Sr., Rev. N. R. Rowdy, Mary Russell, Clara H. Sandle, Jesse L. Sandle, George Shamburger, Rosa Smalls, Lara Smith, W. E. Spann, Loretta P. Tatum, Agustia Taylor, SalSe L. Thacker. Rev. Joseph B. Walker, Martha L. White, Christine Williams, Rosella Williams, Mamie Wilson and Jannie Young. JUNE 10, 1977 10:A.M. The High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association Usher Board Convention was held with Canaan Baptist Church, Winston- Salem, North Carolina, June 10-11, 1977. The convention convened with the vice president, Mr. Leak, presiding. Prayer service was opened by Mrs Nash with a reading of scripture and prayer by Mr. William Richardson. We heard remarks from the host usher president, Mrs. McKeenon and host pastor Rev. Brannon. The theme was presented by Mrs. Fogle titled, "God's Love For His People." God loves all of us. We have to love everybody, without love, we cannot see God. Remarks from Rev. Wilson. God gives us sons or daughters to raise, we don't know why we are raising them for each individual has a long range program, but God just g^ves us one day at a time. Music furnished by Morning Star, Burlington, prayer by Rev. Fogle. Rev. Pettiford took his text from John 4:8, God's love is not limited, time is limited. It is easy to talk love but we got to live love. Comments from Rev. Reid. Offering $30.01. Benediction by Rev. Pettiford. 1:00 P.M. Lunch. 2:00 P.M. Devotion led by delegates of Morning Star, Burlington and Mt. Carmel, High Point. The President came forward singing, "I know it was the blood." Mrs. Sallie Thacker presented the theme, "God's Love For People." I Thank God for loving us so much that he died on the cross that we might have life and have it more abundantly. For He said in his Word that He was going to prepare a place for us, and God is no shorter than his promise. Solo by Mrs. Lillian Gant, "His eye is on the sparrow." 2:15 P.M. Appointment of Committees. 2:30 P.M. The Usher's Institute appointed Mrs. Sallie Thacker to handle the auditor's book for the session. Mrs. Lilly brought us the Usher's Institute remarks. In qualifying for usher leadership, prepare yourself for the position before you accept it. Ushers should not make change during the offering. An obedient usher is one who wants to increase their learning. Remarks by Rev. Wilson. The main purpose of going to church is to worship God, not man. It takes a lot of grace to hold up when the going gets rough. We must serve God in spirit and truth. Sin will kill. Know that God is in you for he changes not. Offering by the junior ushers $21.16. Benediction by Rev. Wilson. 6:00 P.M. Dinner. 7:00 P.M. Devotion led by delegates of Mt. Calvary and Gethsemane. Scripture and prayer by Mrs. Nash. The host church presented the welcome program. 7:30 P.M. We were welcomed by Miss Brannon, heard a selection by the choir, "Going up Zion Hill" and "Use Me Lord." Remarks by Rev. Brannon, he made us welcome. West Side Baptist Church, Robbins, N. C. responded to the welcome. The President's address was presented by Mr. Holt. Sin is approaching us on every hand, be steadfast in every walk of life, hold on to Jesus' hand. Struggle on til death, be a follower of Jesus Christ. It was moved and properly seconded that the president's address be placed as an Annual Sermon in the minutes. 8:00 P.M. Rev. Brannon introduced the speaker of the hour, Rev. Walker. Music was furnished by West Side Choir. Rev. Walker took his text from Act 4th chapter. We heard comments on the sermon by President Holt and Rev. W, E. Brannon. Offering $51.10. 22 JUNE 11, 1977 10:00 A.M. Devotion was lead by delegates of Jones Chapel, Locust Grove and Phillips Chapel. The Theme, "God's Concern for Leadership" was presented by Mrs. Tatum. The President received the reports of the fieldworkers, Program Chairman, Recording Secretary, Correspondence Secretary, Treasurer and Acting Auditor. It was approved by vote to send Mrs. Sally Thacker as a delegate to the Association. Music was furnished by the mixed choir. Offering $18.29. 12:00 P.M. Scripture and prayer was presented by D. D. Sally, ushers in charge from Gethsemane Baptist Church. The sermon was by Rev. Reid, he took his text from Revelations 7:13-14, Fallen Gonad: Do all the good you can, whUe you can, when you can, for we have promises of God on our side. 1:00 P.M. Lunch. 2:00 P.M. Devotion was lead by delegates of Phillips Chapel, St. James, St. Paul, scripture and prayer by Mrs. William Richardson, vice-president, Mr. Camel Leak, presiding. 2:15 P.M. In the absence of Betty Enoch, Mrs. Nash brought us the theme, "God's Love for his people." 2:30 P.M. Rev. Wilson gave us some good points on parlimentary procedure. We heard a vote of thanks for an educational tour that we were given. We had the business session. Ushers in charge were Phillip Chapel Jr. Offering $14.51. Announcements. Benediction by Rev. Brannon. 6:00 P.M. Dinner. 7:00 P.M. Devotion was led by the Junior delegates. The theme was presented by Miss Gloria Lincoln. Music by the convention choir. Anniversary offering $40.00, blessing by Rev. Fogle. Mrs. Wilson, program chairman presiding. We were welcomed by Mrs. Emma Joyce, heard a reading by Mrs. Fogle, a song by the choir, reading by Rebecca Robinson, a poem by Susie Malloy, Mozelle Neal, and Emma Glynn, a reading by Roberta Burton and Loretta Lowery. We heard a song by the choir. It was voted that the two new elected fieldworkers, Miss Small and Mr. Chandler fill the territory that was not covered by a fieldworker. Remarks from the host usher president Mrs. Bernice McKennon. The Finance and Vote of Thanks committees made their reports. It was voted to place them in the minutes. We heard remarks from Rev. Fogle, Rev. Wilson, Rev. Brannon, Rev. Harvey and Rev. Robinson. The ushers in charge were Jones Chapel Junior, benediction by Rev. Brannon. Respectfully submitted, Mozelle Neal, Secretary HONOR ROLL $1.00 Rev. D. D. Baldwin, Martha Brannon, Mr. Otho Darden, Mrs. Lucille Fogle, Rev. S. L. Fogle, Mr. Gwynn, Virginia Hopper, Mr. Carnell Leak, Mrs. Bernice McKinnon, Mrs. Susie Malloy, Mildred Nash, Mrs. Helen Neal, Mrs. Mable Parker and Mrs. Mamie Wilson. PRESroENTS ADDRESS CURRENT APPLICATION TO LIFE Today's world is really no different than James' world was. We are still plaqued with sin and evil in all respect, and in all places. We have the wicked rich, the unjust rulers and judges, the slick merchants, the lying politicians, and the unmerciful leaders of crime. These people are stiU going to and fro throughout the world abusing exploiting, and murdering the innocent, the poor, and the disinherited, causing them undue trouble and suffering. Now, in such a world as this today, there are still those who dare to follow Jesus Christ and His way of life. These followers of Jesus try in many ways acceptable unto God to combat the causes of sin, evil and unrighteousness. Their task is not an easy one. It always seem everything is on the side of wrong, but they know that if those who thirst after righteousness will be steadfast, God will give them the victory. Only an enduring faith in the justices and ultimate victory of God in the world gives hope and inspires the righteous to give their all in helping to lead others to Jesus Christ "the way, and the truth, and the Life." Behold, God is mine helper. The Lord is with them that uphold my soul. He shall reward evil unto mine enemies: Cut them off in thy truth, for he hath delivered me out of all trouble, and mine eye hath seen his desire upon mine enemies. Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee: Psalms 54:4, 5, 7, and Psalms 55:22. Respectfully submitted, Ernest Holt 23 VICE PRESIDENrS ADDRESS To the moderator, Bro. President, members and friends of this great Usher's Convention. I have enjoyed working as your vice president. It was not always a smooth road to travel, but with the love of God, we made it. For without Him, what can we do. He will put bread in our mouth, clothes on our back, love in our home and heart. May He bless each and keep us in His hand. Yours in Christ. Bro. Carnell D. Leak PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Brother President, bro. moderator, officers, delegates and friends, I have done my best as the Program Chairman of this convention. In my weak and humble way, I have to live a life that you as a body would not be ashamed of me. It has been a pleasure to work with the official staff and I pray God's blessing on all of us. Respectfully in Christ, Mrs. Mamie Wilson CORRESPONDENCE SECRETARY Mr. President, Mr. Moderator and delegates of the High Point Usher Board Convention. I count it a blessing to be able to be here. God has blessed all of us. I am thankful to God that he has given me strength and courage to go through another year. I have made mistakes. I have not doted every I nor have I crossed every T but I pray in some small way, I trust my work has met with your approval. Yours in Christ, Elizabeth Lilly VOTE OF THANKS President, Vice President, moderator, delegates, pastor and members of Canaan Baptist Church, we cannot find words to express our many thanks for your very fine hospitality in accepting us. You have made us feel welcome, loved and really at home, and before we depart we wish to say from the depths of our hearts, thank you and may Grod bless each of you. Your Committee, Miss Rosa B. Small and Mrs. Elizabeth Lilly REPORT ON OFFICERS Mr. President, Bro. Moderator, ministers, delegates and friends, we your Committee on Officers, wish to make the following report: President Mr. Ernest Holt Vice President Mr. Camell Leak Recording Secretary Mrs. Mozelle Neal Correspondence Secretary Mrs. Elizabeth Lilly Treasurer Mrs. Clara Sandle Auditor Mrs. Agusta Taylor Field Workers Mr. Jessie Sanders, Mr. John Chandler and Miss Rosa Smalls Program Chairman Mrs. Mamie Wilson Humbly submitted, Rev. W. L. Wilson, Chairman; Mrs. Roberta Burton, Mrs. Pearl Morehead and Mrs. Naomi Johnson; Mrs. Sallie L. Thacker, Secretary OBITUARY COMMITTEE FIRST CALVARY, PASTOR, REV. WILSON Mrs. Bertha Harmond Mrs. Charles Myer Mr. George Seccest ST. JAMES, PASTOR, DR. P. E. GRAVES Mrs. Helen Turner Mr. Phillip Mack Mr. Carl Neal Mr. Harrison Webster Mr. Roland Williamson Mr. James Monroe „ . Mr. Jennie Leak LOCUST GROVE. BROWN SUMMIT, REV. A. 0. WALKER Mrs. Elsia Milton Mrs. Alice McCain Mrs. Fay Brown PfflLLIP CHAPEL, PASTOR, REV. C. LEAK Mrs. Emma Glenn GETHSEMANE BAPTIST CHURCH, DR. REID Mr. Joseph Wilson Mrs. Patrick Gillespie Mrs. Clara Hemphill CANAAN BAPTIST, PASTOR, REV. BRANNON Mrs. Rosella Williams JONES CHAPEL BAPTIST, REIDSVILLE. N. C. Mrs. Bessie Neal Mrs. Cora A. Jones Mr. Jerry Neal NEW JERUSALEM, PASTOR, REV. MR. R. MULLIN Mrs. Frances Adam Mrs. Elsie Crockell Mr. Alvin Fisher Submitted by. Mrs. White. Rose Murphy and Helen Gumming. We the Committee on Obituary thank God for this present time. AUDITOR'S REPORT Mr. President, brother moderator, delegates, officers and friends I wish to make the following report on auditing. I have examined the report of Recording Secretary and Treasurer and found that they are in proper order. Humbly submitted. Acting Auditor, Sallie L. Thacker RECORDING SECRETARY Raised For Quarterly $523.13 First Calvary 8-23-76 — Raised 137.81 Paid Out 40.81 To Treasury 97.00 Locust Grove 10-16-76 — Raised 82.60 Paid Out 44.88 To Treasury 37.72 Phillip Chapel 1-21-77 — Raised 98.00 Paid Out 27.23 To Treasury 70.77 St. James 5-21-77 — Raised ^ 106.00 Paid Out 37.88 To Treasury 68.12 GRAND TOTAL $237.61 Paid out by check - Programs 42.12 Paid out by check - Bells Florist (Hemphill) . 15.60 Paid out by check - Minutes 144.39 Total Paid Out " ^ ! . . ! $202!ll In the bank 6-3-77 !!!.!!.!!'"!!'. $594^63 Humbly submitted, Mrs. Mozelle Neal TREASURER'S REPORT Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, ministers, officers and members, I present the following: Balance brought forward from the annual session, June 1976, held at Morning Star Baptist Church. Burlington. N.C $523.13 Placed in Treasury August 23. 1976 97.00 Placed in Treasury October 22. 1976 37.00 Placed in Treasury Feburary 9, 1977 70.77 Placed in Treasury May 25, 1977 68 12 TOTAL _ $273.61 25 Paid Out - Programs May 2, 1977 42.12 Paid Out - BeUs Florist (Hemphill) 15.60 Paid Out - Minutes 144.39 Total Paid Out 202.11 In Treasury dated June 3rd 594.63 Humbly submitted, Mrs. Clara H. Sandle INCOME OF CONVENTION Representing Fee $294.00 Registration 102.00 Public Offering 191.16 Meal Tickets 137.00 TOTAL $724.16 DISBURSEMENTS President $ 31.50 Vice President 18.00 Recording Secretary 31.50 Correspondence Secretary 19.00 Treasurer 22.00 Auditor 5.00 Finance Committee 3 at $7.00 21.00 Enrollment Committee 2 at $6.00 12.00 Field Worker 1 at $8.00 8.00 Officer's Expense 6 at $6.00 36.00 Ministers on Program 3 at $12.00 36.00 Alternating Ministers 3 at $7.00 21.00 Postage 6.33 Host Pastor 16.00 Moderator 16.00 Meal Tickets (left at church) 137.00 Delegate to the Association Pd. by ck. (Thacker) 25.00 Representing Fee Pd. by ck 100.00 Building Fund Pd. by ck 12.50 Shaw University Pd. by ck 5.00 Retired Minister's Fund Pd. by ck 5.00 Scholarship Fund Pd. by ck 10.00 Central Orphanage Pd. by ck 5.00 Total Disbursements by check 162.50 Total Disbursements by cash 449.00 GRAND TOTAL $611.50 Deposited in Treasury 264.00 In Treasury 6-10-77 $696.89 Respectfully submitted, Your Finance and Disbursement Committee: Mrs. Mamie Wilson, Chairman; Mrs. Clara Sandle, Secretary; Mrs. Mildred Nash 26 H O > c iri- U) 3 3 =r r-t- p O 1-1 9^ 3 p -" O p < rt> s p T3 ft) ^ ^ ? <" "0X5*0 <-!■ <-i- i-t- N-« H-. 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Thursday and Friday before the 3rd Sunday in June 1978. Dr. W. L. WUson, Pastor. ENROLLMENT OF DELEGATES AND VISITORS William H. Gwyn, Winston-Salem, N. C. Kim Benson, 926 Mock St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Herny Howell, Bilbro St., Greensboro, N. C. James Huntly, 320 Ray St., Greensboro, N. C. Rev. Deriorx Johnson, Greensboro, N. C. Nancy L. Wallington, Stoneville, N. C. Gnyle E. Brannon, 424 W. 27th St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Robert P. Smith, Stoneville, N. C. Folicia Baldwin, Rt. 11 Box 223, Greensboro, N. C. LUlian Gant, 1721 W. Cosby Court, BurUngton, N. C. Tonya Smith, 2209 E. 24th St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Mrs. Lillie Hoover, 331 Rail Rd. St., Asheboro, N. C. Richard Brown, 3325 Parish Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Lora Magdalene Monroe, Rt. 1, Box 126, Asheboro, N. C. Miss Mary Johnson, 1027 Louise Rd., Winston- Salem, N. C. Roberta Burton, 1403 E. Washington St., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Carrie Harrington, 816 Ensfist St., Greensboro, N.C. Cynthia McV air, Rt. 3, Asheboro, N. C. Mrs. Alye Baldwin Rt. 11, Box 223, Greensboro, N. C. Henrietta Goode, 824 Holt Ave., Greensboro, N. C. James H. Robinson, Stoneville, N. C. James W. Taj lor. High Point, N. C. Mrs. Christine Williams, 1824 N. Jackson Ave., Winston- Salem, N. C. James Hines, 925 Taft St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Rev. N. R. Roudy, Winston-Salem, N. C. Pamelt B. Aucun, 3835 Shamel St., Winston- Salem, N. C. Wanda Moore, 1102 e. Lee St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Mr. WiUiam H. Crank, 2208 Machine St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Rev. Jacob Dillard, StonevUle, N. C. Mildred Nash, 313 Waterstown Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. Kathy Gregg, Winston-Salem, N. C. James M. Lewis Jr., 4721 Plata Dr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Bobby L. Brown, 1316 Rotherwood Rd., Greensboro, N. C. Augusta C. Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 223, HighJ'oint, N. C. Kevin Jones, 2018 Dellabrook Rd., Winston-Salem, N. C. Rev, James R. Rudd, 3925 Sedgraw Dr., Greensboro, N. C. Dr. W. E. Brannon, 424 W. 27th, Winston- Salem. N. C Miss Regina Dobson, 452 Buick St., Winston- Salem, N. C. Jada Nciver, 213 Pay St., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Clara H. Sandle, 606 Fisher St., Burlington, N. C. Dr. W. L. Wilson, Rich Ave., Winston- Salem, N. C. Ruby E. Price, Rt. 2, Box 420, Stoneville, N. C. Mrs. Edith Crowfard, 1217 E. Linsay St., Greensboro, N. C. Mr. Jesse L. Sandle, Fisher St., Burlington, N. C. Pam Jean Dudley, P. 0. Box 213, Madison, N. C. Reba Phillips, 615 Benbow Rd., Greensboro, N, C. Mrs. Dorthy Moore, 1102 E. Lee St., Greensboro, N. C. Denise Wallinton, Stoneville, N. C. Rev. Joseph Walker, 2908 Phillip Ave., Greensboro, N. C. Rev. Alphonso Harv'ey, Pfafftown, N. C. Sallie L. Thacker, 1225 E. 10th St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Dorothy Harrington, 816 English St., Greensboro, N. C. Faye Evans, Box 223, High Point, N. C. 30 THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1977 The Sunday School and B.Y.P.U. Convention met with the St. Paul Baptist Church, Greensboro, North Carolina. The meeting was to order by the president Gwyn. Devotional convention choir singing I am Thine 0, Lord, Scripture, prayer Bro. Jessie Sandle, greeting B4r. Everhart, remarks Moderator Wilson , selection Convention choir. Theme "Who Is Going To Tell The Child About Jesus." Mrs. Henrietta Goode quoted so many children has no one to tell them about Jesus. It is the duty of the parents to tell the child. We have turn our back on Jesus. We all enjoyed the theme. 10:15 WORKSHOP Mr. John Jackson — Students — 11 Offering $4.30 James Lewis — Students — 13 Offering 4.18 Mr. William Crank — Students — 9 Offering 4.01 Celia Jacob — 14 Offering 1.43 Rev. Wilson — Students — 27 Offering21.15 Bobby Brown — Students — 16 Offering 5.45 TOTAL 40.18 Solo by Miss Jada Nciver of St. James Church. Introduction Sermon Rev. Jacob Dillard, Alternate Rev. James Rudd, Rev. Rudd presented Rev. Dillard his subject was what the world needed is the word of God. He quoted the doUar has got in the way of Jesus. What shall we teU our children, the sermon was very inspiring. We all enjoyed the sermon. Song I believe I rise and go back home. Offering $41.78 enrollment $106. Recognition of Visitors. Lunch 2:30 THURSDAY AFTERNOON SESSION Devotional covention choir, singing What A Friend We Have In Jesus, scripture was taken from the Psalms 67:1-7, Prayer, singing continued Leaning On The Everlasting Arms. Theme "Who Is Going To Tell The Child About Jesus" by Mr. Charles Baldwin. Mr. Baldwin quoted "the parents should tell the child about Jesus and not look for other people to do it for them. The church has a part to do also. It is the duty of the parent. The discussion was very good. We all enjoyed the theme. Solo by Mr. WiUiam Crank, report from association. Miss Pamela Duddly; Appointment of Committees. BIBLE INSTITUTE, MODERATOR WILSON The discussion was taken from Matthew 7:24-27. 1. Wise man, which built his house upon rock. 2. Founded upon a rock. 3. Great was the fall. Dr. WUson was challenging and inspirational. He amonised the convention not to sell to the devil, for the devU will seek to catch you at your weakest stage but if you hold fast to the hand of Jesus you will suceed in overcoming the devU. the rain descended, the flood came, the wind blew and beat upon that house, and it fell. Great was the fall of it. Offering $22.00. 7:00 EVENING SESSION Devotional convention choir, singing Yield Not To Temptation, scripture St. John 14:1-14, prayer, singing Soon And Very Soon I Am Going To See The King. WELCOME PROGRAM HOST CHURCH Solo Rev. S. A. Johnson, Do You Know The Man, Solo Rev. S. A. Rouson, Response by Mr. Joseph Richardson, Solo Rev. S. A. Rouson, Gethsemane Baptist church, Greensboro, N. C, Vice President presiding, President Annual Address, Mr. William Gywn. RECOMMENDATIONS 1. I recommend $50.00 for buUding fund. 2. I recommend $50.00 for Shaw. 3. I recommend a minister for the Field Worker. A recommendations conmiittee was appointed. Dr. W. L. Wilson, Dr. W. E. Brannon, Mrs. Edith Crowford, Rev. S. A. Rouson, Mrs. Lucille Fogle to bring the report back to the association. Annual Sermon, Rev. A. Harvey alternate Rev. D. D. Baldwin, scripture Psalms 97, prayer Rev. Baldwin, singing Show Me The Way, Rev. Baldwin presented Rev. Harvey, singing I Want To Be At The Meeting. Rev. Harvey text was taken from Nehemiah 11:19, subject Was It Time To Raise Up And Live. We enjoyed the message. Singing Help Somebody. Offering $50.25, Announcements, Benediction. 31 FRroAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1977 10:00 Devotional convention choir, singing Down At The Cross, scripture Psalms 23, prayer Sharon Benson, Hymn 96. Theme "Who Is Going To Tell The Child". Rev. Fogle spoke on the theme, it was very inspiring. We enjoyed the theme. Solo Miss Lillian Gant, Burlington, N. C. WORKERSHOP John Jackson — Students — 11 Offering $ 5.28 James Lewis, Jr. — Students — 7 Offering 7.05 William Crank — Students — 10 Offering 3.25 Cecelia Joab — Students — 10 Offering 1.66 Dr. W. L. WUson — Students — 22 18.21 Bobby Brown — Students — 12 4.50 TOTAL — Students — 72 Offering 39.95 Business Session, Memorial, Processional, Report, Obituary, Miss. Sallie Thacker. Rev. I. C. Mullins Alternate Rev. James Gillian. Rev. Gillian read scripture St. John 14:1-4, prayer was offered by Rev. James Gillian. Selection from the Convention choir. Rev. Mullins text was taken from St. Matthew 13, subject Jesus Don't Forget. The sermon was challenging and inspirational. Selection Convention choir, I Am On My Way To Heaven And I Won't Turn Back. Lunch. AFTERNOON SESSION 2:30 Devotional convention choir singing; Stand Up For Jesus. Scripture St. Matthew 15:1-9, prayer Charles Baldwin, singing Lord Help Me To Hold Out. Theme "Who Is Going To Tell The Child About Jesus," by Dr. P. E. Grave. Dr. Grave was challeng^g. He spoke from Luke 15:9. The theme was very inspiring and enjoyed by all. Business, Sunday school convention represented in the All Baptist Assembly with $5Q.OO. The Vice-President Mr. W. E. Spann was the delegate. $100. 00 was given to the delegate for his expense. Scholarship of $200.00 was given to Kevin Jones of First Calvary Baptist Church of Winston- Salem, N. C. Pastor Dr. W. L. Wilson. Committee on scholarship were Mr. William H. Gwyn, President; Dr. W. L. Wilson, Moderator; Christine Williams, Mr. W. E. Spann, Vice-President; Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Roberta Burton. 3:00 Guest speaker Mrs. VolSe Dyle. Our speaker Mrs. Dyle was very good we all enjoyed her discussion. Offering $23.21. Recognition of vistors. Lunch. EVENING SESSION 7:00 Devotion, Convention choir. Hymn 153 Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone, scripture Kevin Jones Psalms 117:1-3, prayer. Hymn 134 When The Morning Comes. Report of committee on vote of thanks. Duet First Baptist Church of Gibsonville. Selection Oak Springs church. Rev. Gillian read from the scripture St. John 14:1-4, prayer was offered by Rev. James Gillian. Selection Convention choir. Rev. Mullin took his text from St. Matthew 13, subject Jesus Don't Forget. The sermon was challenging and inspirational. Song Convention choir. I Am On My Way To Heaven and I Won't Turn Back. Lunch. AFTERNOON SESSION 2:30 Devotion, Conventionjfl choir singing Stand Up For Jesus. Scripture St. Matthew 15:1-9, prayer Charles Baldwin, singing Lord Help Me To Hold Out. Theme "Who Is Going To Tell The Child About Jesus". Dr. P. E. Grave spoke from Luke 15:9. The theme was very inspiring and enjoyed by all. Business session, the convention represented in the All Baptist Assembly with $50.00. The Vice-President, Mr. W. E. Spann was the delegate. $100.00 given to the delegate for his expenses. Scholarship of $200.00 was given to Kevin Jones a member of the First Calvary Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, N. C. Dr. W. L. Wilson, pastor. Committee on scholarship: Mr. William Gwyn, Dr. W. L. Wilson, Moderator; Christine William, Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Mrs. Roberta Burton, Mr. John Jackson and Mr. W. E. Spann. 3:00 P.M. Guest speaker Mrs. VoUie Dyle. Our speaker Mrs. Dyle was very good we all enjoyed her discussion. Offering $23.21, recognition of visitors. Lunch. EVENING SESSION 7:00 P.M. Devotion, Conventional choir. Hymn 153, scripture Psalms 117:1-3 read by Kevin Jones, prayer. Hymn 134 When The Morning Comes. Report of committee on vote of thanks. Duet First Baptist Church of Gibsonville. Selection Oak Spring Baptist Church. Literary Program Miss. Sharon Benson, we all enjoyed the program. 32 HONOR ROLL $1 .00 EACH Sharon Benson, Mrs. Roberta Burton, Rev. S. L. Fogle, Mrs. Lucille Fogle, Mrs. Edith Crowford, Alberta Stephens, Pam Dulley, Mr. William Crank, Danita Watkins, Tanta Galloway, Janice Hines, Robin Moore, James Taylor, Celia Jacob, Mildred Nash, Mrs. Mamie Wilson, Augusta Taylor, Rev. B. H. Boham, Mrs. B. H. Boham, Pam Roach, Mrs. Jackie Burton, Barbara Super, Dr. W. L. Wilson, Mrs. Christine Williams, Mrs. Irene Watkins, Kevin Jones, Virginia Price, Miss. Lillie Ferguson, Mrs. Alyce Baldwin, Charles Baldwin, Dallas Baldwin, Martha White, Ronald Melton, Carrie Harrington, Thomas Melton, James Lewis, Jr., Mrs. Macie Sibert, Mrs. Connie White, Jessie Sandle, Mrs. Clara Sandle, Rev. Rudd, James Galloway, Mrs. Addie Jones, Mr. Spencer, Rev. D. Johnson, Bonnie Dalton, Mrs. Roberta Rudd, Pamela Baucum, Kathy Greggs, Faye Evans; total, $52.00 Closing prayer Rev. S. L, Fogle. Officers and Ministers, Ladies and Gentlemen. I greet you in the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. THE EARLY SUNDAY SCHOOL DEUTERONOMY 6:4-7 In England, in 1780, Robert Raiks a Publisher of the Gloucester Journal, needed a gardener. So he went to look for one. He was shocked to see the streets filled with dirty, miserable children who were shouting profane language, and made themselves a general nuisance. Whe he inquired of a woman concerning them, she said, "If you think this is bad you ought to see them on Sunday." Now at that time in England, only one person out of twenty could read or write. The speller thus became the first textbook, then the Bible, from which passages were both memorized and read. In 1804 the British Foreig^n Bible Society was formed to provide Bibles at cost for people, not only in England, but other nations as well. Adults wanted to be included in the Bible classes, so for the first time they were invited to attend. Here in America they too made use of the speller, the hymnbook, and the Bible. The Bible was considered the chief textbook in the school, and children became thoroughly versed in its teaching. The Sunday School movement which had its beginning in England with Robert Raiks soon came to America and began to be adopted slowly by the churches. There was a tendency at first for ministers to have nothing to do with it, and it was considered something apart from the church. However, its value was eventually recogpnized, and in the period of 1810-1825 the churches began to take over the Sunday School as part of the regular church program. Benjamin F. Jacobs and John H. Vincent were responsible for early Sunday School. Vincent began the first Sunday School Institute. Whereever people went, they could find the same lesson studied. In 1906 a Graded Lesson Conference was held, and a defhiite work was started toward bringing out a graded lesson series. Lessons were soon prepared so that there was a different lesson for each age. COMMITTEE ON OFFICERS Mr. President, Mr. Moderator and delegates, we your committee, submit the following report: President Mr. William H. Gwyn Vice-President Mr. W. E. Spann Secretary Mrs. Mamie Wilson Assistant Secretary Mrs. Roberta Burton Corresponding Secretary Miss. Lillie Ferguson Program Chairman Miss Sharon Benson Treasurer Mr. James Galloway Auditor Mr. Van McDonald Organist Miss Mary Johnson Your conunittee Dr. W. L. Wilson, Dr. W. E. Brannon, Edith Crawford Henrietta Goode, Rev. Rudd, Rev. DiUard, Augusta Taylor Regina Janett Dobson, Boda Mclver 33 COMMITTEE ON OBITUARY Mr. President, Moderator, Officers, delegates, members and friends. The committee on obituary, wish to make the following report: Our deceased from our churches are as following: MORNING STAR, WINSTON-SALEM Mrs. Gladys Hughes Mr. Vaughn FIRST BAPTIST, GIBSONVILLE Mrs. Mary Loust FIRST BAPTIST, OAK RIDGE Mr. Rufus Watkins NEW JERUSALEM, WINSTON-SALEM Mr. Alvin Fisher Mrs. Elsie Cracket Mrs. Frances Adams CANAAN BAPTIST, WINSTON-SALEM Mrs. Rosetta Williams FIRST CALVARY, WINSTON-SALEM Mr. Charlie Myers Mr. George Secrey ST. PAUL BAPTIST Mrs. Gertrude L. Cooper GETHSEMANE BAPTIST, GREENSBORO. N.C. Mr. Ike Harris Mr. Joseph Wilson Mrs. Clara Hemphill LOCUST GROVE BAPTIST Mr. Toway Brown Mrs. Mattie Gilchrist Mrs. Elsie Milton MORNING STAR BAPTIST, BURLINGTON, N.C. Mr. Joe Evans Your committee, Sally Thacker, Alberta Stephens, Pam Dudley, Reba Phillips, Dorothy Moore, Denise Wallington, Sharon and Eva Robinson AS DELEGATE TO THE ALL BAPTIST ASSEMBLY Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, Delegates, Members and Friends of the High Point Educational and Missionary Association, I am very appreciative to you for giving me the privilege of going to the All Baptist Assembly at the Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem, N.C, August 2-5, 1976. The Assembly was so dynamic and appealing that I attended almost every meeting for anything. The sermons, the addresses, the information was a memory that I will treasure to the utmost. However, the Sunday School's day was Wednesday afternoon with Mr. J. J. Lassiter presiding over the Sunday School Department and Mr. Jim Bellamy presiding over the B.T.U. department. The theme for the Sunday School and B.T.U. was Christian Freedom and Responsibility Through Teaching, this was delivered by Mr. Lassiter, and Christian Freedom and Responsibility Through Training, this was delivered by Mr. Jim Bellamy Both Addresses were sermons rich with every thing that makes a sermon good. There were skits and reports during this meeting. There were young people from churches throughout the State of North Carolina, from the Sunday School and B.T.U. departments participating in the program. Highlighting this was an Oratorical contest for a scholarship, this was won by a young man, and believe me he was great. Christian Education In The Seventies was delivered by Mr. Leo WUliams Jr. Who also gave a wonderful address, but the most enthusiastic attraction was the people that the State Convention had named for award for various achievements for past activities, and what was more pleasing than to see our own Dr. Prince Graves walk up and receive an award for his work in the State. This convention should be very proud of Dr. Graves, for he electricfied the convention with his speech. Our Convention was represented with $25.00 which is the minimum that will be considered for representation, but when you learn the numerous things that the State Assembly does with your Dollar you will agree with me that this amount is too little for 27 churches to send. Truly I enjoyed every minute of the Assembly and would love to attend again this year when the Assembly will meet in Durham, N.C. Your Delegate to The All Baptist Assembly, W. E. Spann 34 REPORT OF THE VICE PRESIDENT JUNE 17, 1977 Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, Delegates, Members and Friends of the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association; I W. E. Spann your Vice President would like to make the following report. REPORT To me the year of 1976-77 has been one of the best years that the Sunday School Convention has had in a number of years, and I am very grateful to the Lord for allowing me to play a small part in the success that has been experienced by the convention. To those of you who attended the last annual convention, and also the mid year term can attest to the fact that we had the greatest attendance of all time at each convention, and certainly we need to thank God for his blessings upon our Convention. We took a step forward and ventured to take part in the State Assembly, a role that the convention will never regret, and I was more than delighted to have had the opportunity to represent us at the All Baptist Assembly last year, I do hope that you will continue to participate in this, and also that you will set your sights on other goals. As Vice President I have tried to work with the President in every way that he wanted me to, and at no time was there any disagreement between us on any thing, when he wanted me to visit a church I went, if he wanted me to accompany him on a mission I did, so we had a lovely time working together, just as we have for the past 16 years and I thank God for such cooperation that exists in our Convention. I have enjoyed the work and serving as Vice President has given me a broader scope in the knowledge of procedures, and other matters that pertain to rules and order, I served the best I knew and will continue to do so if the convention so desire. My prayer for you is that the Lord will ever bless you and that your life as a Sunday School Convention will never end. Submitted by your Vice President, W. E. Spann COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION Mr. Moderator, Mr. President and other convention Members. We, the committee on education recommend this convention asked each church to keep in touch with Rev. Rouson for christian education. And that each church donate to the scholarship fund each year. We further recommend the seminary department of the Baptist Convention of Nashville, Tenn. be used as a course of adult and child literature in our churches. We also recommend that the convention send delegates to the North Carolina Sunday School Convention to be held here in GuiKord county next April. And also a delegate to the National Sunday School Congress. Your committee, Kevin Jones, Alice Baldwin, Barbara Super, Robin E. Moore, RocheU Dalton, Kathy Gregg, Tamla Galloway, James Lewis, Bobby Brown and Rev. Rouson TIME AND PLACE COMMITTEE Mr. Moderator, Mr. President, the time and place committee wish to make their report. The Sixty-Seventh Annual Session has been accepted by the First Calvary Baptist Church of Winston-Salem, N. C, Dr. W. L. Wilson, pastor. Your committee, James M. Lewis, Janice Hines, Wanda Moore, Pamela Baucum, Darriek Benson, Rev. N. A. Rody, Damila Waikins, John Jackson. COMMITTEE ON VOTE OF THANKS Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, Ministers and Friends. We wish to make the following report: We wish to thank the host church, their pastor, and members for their warm hospitality and the delicious meals and for making us feel at home. Humbly submitted, Your commiteee: Sallie Thacker, Rev. Alphany D. Harvey, Dorothy Harrington, Dallas Baldwin, Christine Williams, and James W. Taylor REPORTS Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, Ministers and Fellow Delegates. I have work in the faith of God and He has blessed me. I am asking your prayers. Yours in the work, Lillie Ferguson June 15, 1977 2018 Dellabrook Road 35 Winston-Salen, N. C. 27105 Dear Sir, My name is Kevin Jerome Jones, I am 17 years old and I attend First Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. My pastor is Dr. W. L. Wilson. I am the director of the young adult choir and is active member of the Sunday School Department. I have been accepted as an undergraduate student at Wake Forest University in Winston- Salem. In order for me to attend Wake Forest this fall I need to apply for financial aid because both of my parents are retired and my father is totally disabled. This make it impossible for my parents to meet all the educational costs. I graduated from East Forsyth Senior High School on June 10, 1977. In school I participated in the French Club. An overall average of my grades would be a high "B". While attending Wake Forest I plan to major in the field of psychology or perhaps go to medical school and study to be a psychiatrist. I feel I am qualified for this scholarship and I hope you will give me some consideration as a recipient. Sincerely yours, Kevin Jerome Jones COMMITTEE ON SCHOLARSHIP Mr. Williams Gywn, Dr. W. L. Wilson, Mrs. Christine Williams, John Jackson, Mrs. Roberta Burton, W. E. Spann, Mary Johnson, Bobby Brown, Rev. S. L. Foglfr and Mrs. Mamie Wilson. REPORT OF THE PROGRAM CHAIRMAN I have loved every minute of my work. I know by putting God first, all things are possible. The people here are very sweet and loving to me. Remember me in your prayers. Program Chairman, Sharon Benson REPORT OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, members and friends of the Sunday School Convention. Another year has passed and the Lord has spared our life. It has been a pleasure for me to work in this convention, asking your prayers. Yours in Christ, Mrs. Roberta Burton REPORT OF AUDITOR Mr. President, Mr. Moderator and Officers, I have enjoyed serving as your auditor. I have examined the secretary and treasure books and found them in order. Yours in Christ, V. H. McDonald REPORT OF THE TREASURER Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, Officers, delegates and friends. I wish to make the following report. Total in treasure on June 18, 1976 turned over to the treasure $241.51. June 21, 1976 took out of treasure $50.00 for delegates, $5.00 for gas and Mr. Gwyn turned over to the treasure $4.00. January 1, 1977 mid-year session $178.70 took out of treasure $200.00 for scholarship. Total in Treasure $2,948.20 In checking account 100.00 TOTAL 3,048.20 June 17, took out of Treasure for min 200.00 Total in Treasure 2,848.20 Yours in Christ, ^ James Galloway, Treasurer REPORT OF THE RECORDING SECRETARY Mr. President, Mr. Moderator, Officers and friends, I wish to make the following report: Jan. 7, 1978 in Treasure $2,651.95 Scholarship 237.21 TOTAL 2,889.16 Humbly submitted. Mrs. Mamie Wilson 36 Financial report of the 13th Mid-year session of the Sunday School and B.Y.P.U. Convention. Roll call of churches $200.00 Scholarship 20.00 Public Offering 75,-00 Workshop Offering 71.00 TOTAL 366.21 DISBURSEMENT President $ 7.00 Vice-President 5.00 Secretary , 7.00 Assistant Secretary (sick) 10.00 Moderator 7.00 Host Pastor 7.00 Teachers (6) at $5.00 each 30.00 Finance & Disbursement Com. (3) each 9.00 Host church 10.00 Rev. D. S. SaUy 7.00 Rev. Ansbrese Jackson 5.00 Expense of program 15.00 Mr. James Lewis Jr 5.00 TOTAL $134.00 Scholarship Fund $237.21 Your Committee, Mr. William Crank Mrs. Clara H. Sandle , Secretary; Miss Rebecca Robinson The Thirteenth Mid - Year Session of the Sunday School and B. Y.P.U. Convention was held at Gethsemane Baptist Church of Greensboro, N. C., January 7, 1978, Dr. J. W. Reid, Pastor. 10:00 A.M. remarks, President Gwyn open with a song Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross. Prayer, Rev. James A. Gillian; Welcome, Miss Martha White; Response, Mrs. Clara Sandle. WORKSHOP 10:15 A.M. Miss. Mary Johnson — 12 Students Offering $ 4.05 Mr. John Jackson — 13 Students .^ Offering 13.25 Miss Benson — 8 Students Offering 6.51 Mrs. Nancy Wallington — 13 Students Offering 5.^ Dr. A. 0. Walker — 36 Students Offering 29.60 Mr. Bobby Brown — 14 Students Offering 12.50 Youthi Discussion $71.21 SERMON In charge Rev. D. B. SaUy, Alternate Rev. A. Jackson, singing The Lord Is My Shepherd. Rev. Jackson introduced the Rev. D. B. Sally. His text was from Gten. 1:1 and St. Jolm. His subject was Believe Or Not. It was a message. Songs, It's In My Mind and I Will Overcome Some Day. Offering $75.00, Remarks from the Field Worker, remarks of thanks, Mr. W. H. Gwyn; Remarks and closing prayer. Dr. J. W. Reid. Churches Bethlehem $ 5.00 Oak Ridge 5.00 Thessolonia 5.00 Locust Grove 10.00 Morning Star W. S 10.00 Morning Star, Burlington 10.00 New Jerusalem 10.00 Oak Springs ' 10.00 Phillip Chapel 15.00 Sharon 30.00 St. Paul 10.00 St. James 20.00 First Baptist, Glen Raven 5.00 First Calvary 20.00 37 Gethsemane, Greensboro 20.00 Melita Grove 10.00 Zion Baptist, Mt. Airy 10.00 TOTAL $200.00 INCOME Representation Fee $ 909.00 Registration and Badges 137.75 Work Shop 75.95 Public Offering 138.30 Meal Tickets 293.00 Honor Roll 78.88 Rev. Lewis (offering) 51.19 TOTAL 1,684.07 DISBURSEMENT President $ 37.00 Vice President 32.00 Recording Secretary 37.00 Assistant Secretary 27.00 Corresponding Secretary 17.00 Treasurer 17.00 Program Chairman 12.00 Organist 12.00 Work Shop Teachers 6 at 6.00 ea 36.00 Institute Teacher 16.00 Ministers on Program 3 at 11.00 ea 33.00 Alternate Ministers 3 at 7.00 ea 21.00 Finance Committee 3 at 7.00 ea 14.00 Finance Secretary 12.00 Program & Material for Convention 83.29 Enrollment Committee 2 at 3.00 ea 6.00 Auditor 12.00 Postage 15.00 Host Pastor 7.00 Moderator 7.00 Meal Tickets (left at church) 293.00 Delegate to the Assoc. (Miss Dudley) 25.00 Representation Fee to the Assoc 100.00 Central Orphange 40.00 Shaw University 165.00 Building Fund 112.00 Delegate to Bapt. Convention (Mr. Spann) 150.00 Rev. James Lewis 51.19 TOTAL $1,389.48 To Treasure 295.59 Your Finance & Disbursement Committee, "~^ Mr. William Crank, Chairman; Mrs. Mildred Nash, Mrs. Clara H. 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Anderson President Mrs. Ada Stevens Board Chairman Mrs. Blondell Hardin Jr. President Mrs. Christine Williams Recording Secretary Mrs. Nellie G. O'Daniel Treasurer 41 CONSTITUTION We, the Women of the High Point Educational ard Missionary Baptist Associa- tion, are grateful unto God and our for' fathers' preser\'ation of the Oiristian and educational ideas that wo arc now building upon. In order to maintain these principles and furtherance of th: Kingdom of God in our day we do set forth this Constitution. ARTICLE I — Name This organization shall be known as the Woman's Auxiliary of the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association. ARTICLE II — Object The object of this organization shall be to secure the increased spirituality of our Baptist womm; their enlistment in all missionary work in our Churches. To aid them in a better spiritual knowledge of the Baptist Doctrine, and to secure their coopera- tion in all our Church activities. ARTICLE III — Ofricers Section 1. The officers shall b? a President, First and Second Vice President, Re- cording, Corresponding and Financial Secretaries, Treasurer, Auditor, and Field Mis- sionaries. Section 2. There shcdl be an Executiv Board consisting of tho regular Officers of the Auxiliary and seven other members elected annually by the body. ARTICLE rv — Duties of the Officers Section 1. The President will preside over all business meetings, appoint all com- mittees. Section 2. The Vice Pr'-sident shall preside in the absence of or at the request of the Pesident; and shall perform all the duties of the Presid^-nt while in charge. Section 3. The Recording Secretary shall keep as far as possible an accurate rec- ord of all the proceedings of this Auxiliary, read them, and give a full account of the office when requested by the body. Section 4. Financial Secretary shall keep as far as possible an accurate record of all money, and give a full account of the office when requested by the body. Section 5. It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to accept all money paid into the body through the Financial Committee, give a receipt for the sam paid out by the body; keep an accurate account thereof, report the same;^tum over all money to the body when requested to do so. All mon^y shall be paid out by orders written by the Recording Secretary and President of the Auxiliary. Section 6. The Corresponding Secretary shall k"ep a record of all members of the Auxiliary with their addresses as far as consistent, and do such corresponding as ia required by the Auxiliary upon the requ'^st of the President. Section 7. The Executive Board shall have a Chairman and Secretary and shall hold such meetings during the year as deemed necessary or at the request of the Pres- ident, for the promotion of the Auxiliary work. ARTICLE V — Election of Officers Section 1. All officers shall be elected annually, after making th?ir reports, in- cluding the Executive Board. Section 2. All officers shall be declared elected by majority vote of elig^ible mes- sengers present. ARTICLE VI — Messengers Section 1. This Auxiliary shall consist of Messeng'^rs of various Missionary Circles of the Churches in the bounds of the High Point Association, who are in good and regular standing in their churches, but no Society or Auxiliary will be allowed to seat more than three (3) Junior and three (3) Senior Messengers in an Annual .meeting. Section 2. All Auxiliary Missionary Circles will be expected to send as representa- tion fee not less than the exp-nse. Section 3. Fifty per cent of the money raised each fifth Sunday will go to the cause and fifty per cent goes for expenses. Section 4. Associate Members. All pastors within the bounds of the High Point Missionary Association should have a voice. 42 ARTICLE VII — Junior Department Section, 1. This Auxiliary shall reserve the right to maintain as a part of its work a Junior Department of Missionary and Educational Activities. Section 2. There shall b-^ a Junior Directress elected by the body. Section 3. All Junior Circles may represent in this department; it shall be that the Junior Department is under th':' direction of the Senior Auxiliary and must make reports annually to the Senior body through their directoress. ARTICLE VIII — Causes Thi? Auxiliary pledges itself to help promote the causes for which the Associa- tion stands; such as Christian Education, Home and Foreign Mission. We reserve the right to cooperate v^'ith our Woman's State Convention in the promotion of mir State work. ARTICLE IX — Committees This body shall have regular Committes as follows: Finance Committee, CSommit- tee on Officers, Program Committee, Time and Place Committee, Resolution Com- mittee, Obituary Committee, Temperance Committee, Mission and Education Cona- mittees, and any other Special Committee the body deems necessary. BY-LAWS 1. This Auxiliary shall meet Thursday before the second Sunday in July and close the following Friday evening. 2. The Auxiliary shall open at 10:00 A.M. with scripture and prayer, and close in the usual order. 3. The arrangement for devotions will be made by the program committee. 4. The deliberations of this body shall b^ governed by the general Christian rule. No unkind expression or language shall be tolerated by the Chair. 5. The Junior Department shall have their session on Friday afternoon during the Auxiliary Annual Session. 6. This Auxiliary may hold quarterly meetings in the interest of its work each fifth (5th) Sunday . 7. This Constitution and these By-Laws will take the place of any previous docu- m.onts which may have been intended to govern this body. All others are null and void. 8. This Constitution and these By-Laws may be amended or changed at any regular session of the Auxiliary providing notice is given to the body twelve (12) months in advance. Now unto Him that is able to do exceedingly abundantly above alL We ask M" think accordingly to the power that worlteth in us. Unto Him be Glory In the Chuich of Jesus Christ throughout all ages. World without end. Amen. ENROLLMENT OF DELEGATES AND VISITORS Mrs. Edith Crawford, 1217 E. Linsey, Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Essie Burnette, 416 6th St., Burlington, N. C. Mrs. Evelyn B. Anderson, Rt. 5, Box 67, Mebane, N. C. Mrs. Lucille Fogle, 818 Bilbro St., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Lillie Ferguson, 1409 Belmont St., Burlington, N. C. Mrs. Jean Watlington 913 Tulcer St., Greensboro. N. C. Mrs. Esther Reid, 3610 Herbin St., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Ruby Wade, Rt. 1, Stoneville, N. C. Rev. S. L. Fogle, 818 Bilbro St., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Blondell Hardin, 1201 Peach St. , Winston- Salem, N. C. Mrs. Ruby Price, Rt. 2 Box 412, Stoneville, N. C. Mrs. Ada Stevens, P. 0. Box 553, Brown Summit. N. C. Mrs. Roberta White, No. 5, Tilly Court. Greensboro. N. C. Mrs. Alberta Stephens. 3903 Ludwich Lane. Greensboro. N. C. Mrs. Mamie Wilson. 1101 Rich Ave.. Winston-Salem. N. C. Ms, Katheline Carter. 718 S. Mebane Street 43 Mrs, Annie M, Lewis, 1429 Gholson St., Winston-Salem, N. C. Mrs. F. D. Fuller, 403 Jamestown Rd., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Naomi Johnson, P. 0. Box 18, Elon College, N. C. Ms. Maggie Gilmer, 518 Jamestown Rd., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Eva Mebane, Rt. 9 Box 298, Burlington, N. C. Mrs. Beatrice Summers, Rt. 2 Box 102, Gibsonville, N. C. Ms. Doris Graves, Rt. 3 Box 465, Mebane, N. C. Rev. W. L. WUson, 1101 Rich Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. Ms. Gazette Jeffries, 2417 N. Church ST., Burlington, N. C. Mrs. Maregaret Gilliam, 1927 Maryland Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. Mrs. Curtis Carrington, 2005 Willington Dr., Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Clara Sandle, 606 Fisher St., Burlington, N. C. Mrs. Nellie G. O'Daniel, P. 0. Box 4126, Glen Raven, N. C. Miss Avet Anderson, Rt. 5 Box 67, Mebane, N. C. Ms. Edith Crawford, 1221 Linsey E., Greensboro, N. C. Ms. Sudie Burnette, Rt. 5 Box 67, Mebane, N. C. Mrs. Victoria Williams, 2335 Okalina Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. Ms. Thelma Burnette, Rt. 5 Box 67, Mebane, N, C. Mrs. Beulah Faucett, 2302 W. Webb Ave., Glen Raven, N. C. Mr. Shephard Burnette, Rt. 5 Box 67, Mebane, N. C. Ms. Ponciona Jeffries, P. 0. Box 4117, Burlington, N. C. Mrs. Christine Williams, 1824 N. Jackson Ave., Winston-Salem, N. C. JULY 7, 1977 10:30 A.M. The Sixty Fourth Annual Session of the Women's Auxiliary and Junior Department of the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association was held with the Martin's Chapel Baptist Church, Mebane, N. C, Rev. R. H. Brooks pastor. The meeting was open singing "Nothing But The Blood." Scripture Psalm 42: read by Mrs. Faucette, prayer Mrs. Naomi Johnson, Hynm-"Near The Cross." Mrs. Eva Mebane, host president came forward with words of welcome. President Anderson presiding announced the house in order for business. She appointed three committees: Program, ^registration and Badges. Theme - "What The World Needs Now." Mrs. George Faucette lov^ St. John 3:16. She quoted other scriptures that brought out many facts on the Theme. 12:00 Noonday message. Dr. W. L. Wilson, Alternate Rev. J. W. Reed. Scripture and prayer by Rev. Reed. Dr. Wilson text St. John 3:16 and I Corinthians 13:3. A wonderful message. Remarks by Rev. Reed and Rev. S. L. Fogle. Offering $31.08. 1:P.M. Lunch. AFTERNOON SESSION 2:00 P.M. Devotion — Delegates from the church circles. Song - "My Faith Looks Up To Thee," scripture and prayer. Theme - "What The World Needs Now," Faith - Hebrews 11th chapter by Mrs. Victoria Wade. She brought out many good thoughts on this part of the theme. Report of officers and delegates: Association, Mrs. Lucille Fogle; State Convention, Mrs. Evelyn B. Anderson; Junior Delegate, Miss Sheron Mebane; Remarks from church pastor and moderator, Dr. W. L. Wilson. Offering, recognition of visitors. 6:00 P.M. Dinner. EVENING SESSION 7:00 P.M. Devotion, leaders and delegates. Songs, scripture, prayer and testimonies were very uplifting. Martin's Chapel, host church came forward and presented a welcome program. It was enjoyed by all. We then listened to the Presidents Thirteenth (13th) Annual Address, report of committee on Officers. Offering, Rev. S. L. Fogle and Mr. Shephard Burnette. First Baptist Church of Glen Raven, N. C, choir sang two selections. Sermon, Rev. D. D. Baldwin of First Baptist Church, Gibsonville, N. C. His text Hebrews 11th chapter, song - "I'll Tell It Where I Go. Offering, Mrs. Ruth Jones and Mrs. Margaret Gilliam; Benediction, Rev. Baldwin. FRIDAY MORNING 10:30 A.M. Devotion service - song "At The Cross." Scripture Psalm 100, prayer Sister FuUer. Theme - "What The World Needs Now." Grace - St. Matthew 17:20, Rev. R. H. Brooks, 11 You Live Right God Will Bless You. Song "By The Grace Ut Uod I'll Meet You." remarks by Rev. W. L. Wilson. Report of all committees, Mrs. Lucille Fogle, named Time and Place Chairman for each 5th Sunday. Sermon Rev. S. L. Fogle, text St. John 4:10-11. Do You Know Jesus. Offering Mr. Taylor and Mr. Miles. 44 FRIDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 P.M. Devotion Junior delegates in charge. Theme - "Sharing Good News," Romans 1:16, sub topic - Ye Shall Be Witness Unto Me. Theme speaker - Mr. Leon Overby. Song - "Near The Cross," Junior president Address, Mrs Blondell Hardin; Solo, Miss Avet Anderson; Literary program was enjoyed very much. Roll call of Jr. Circles, offering and announcements. 6:00 P.M. Dinner. FIRST VICE PRESIDENT'S REPORT Madame President, Mr. Moderator, Officers and delegates of the Woman's Auxiliary. I am thankful that God has brought me through another year. I have enjoyed my work with this Auxiliary. I desire your prayers. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Mamie Wilson FIRST VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT SECOND VICE PRESIDENTS REPORT Madame President, Mr. Moderator, Officers and delegates of the Woman's Auxiliary. I thank God and you for the opportunity to work with you. Pray that God wiU strengthen me to do his wUl. Yours in Christ, Mrs. Irene Scales CORRESPONDING SECRETARY'S REPORT Madame President, Bro. Moderator, delegates and friends of the Woman's Auxiliary. I am very pleased that our Heavenly Father has seen fit to let us meet together again. I solicit your prayers. Humbly submitted, Mrs. Naomi Johnson REPORT OF AUDITOR Madame President, Officers and delegates. I have examined all financial records, I am happy to report they are in good order. Yours in Christ, Mrs. Alberta Stephen REPORT OF JR. DIRECTRESS President Anderson, Moderator, Officers and delegates. I am thankful to God, and you for allowing me to work with the young people. I try to encourage them to give God their service and he will g^ve back two folds. I ask your continous prayers. Mrs. Annie Mae Lewis JUNIOR SECRETARY'S REPORT Madame President, Moderator, Members and friends of the Woman's Auxiliary and Junior Missionary Department. I Would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity of serving. I ask the prayers of you all that I might g^row stronger and be the youth that the Lord is looking for in these last days. Yours in Christ, Miss Avet Anderson REPORT OF BENEVOLENT CHAIRMAN Madame President, Mr. Moderator, Officers, Members and Friends. I have been willing to do what I could, but because of my health I am resigning. I want to bid you to keep on in the name of the Lord. Thank you for being so wonderful to me. Mrs. F. D. Fuller VOTE OF THANKS COMMITTEE Madame President, Rev. R. H. Brooks, Mrs. Eva Mebane, Hostess. To the Members of Martin's Chapel Baptist Church, we would like to express our gratitude for the very fine hospitality shown to us doing our stay here. As we leave this wonderful place let us pray God's blessing for this Church you have helped to make this session a g^eat one. To the pastor and members again we say thank you for your hospitality. Your Committee; Mrs. Blondell Hardin Mrs. Edith Crawford and Mrs. Jean Wallington 45 COMMITTEE ON OFFICERS Mr. Chairman, we your committee on Officers wish to recommend the following persons to serve. Mrs. Evelyn B. Anderson, President Mrs. Mamie Wilson, Vice-President Mrs. Irene Scales, 2nd Vice President Mrs. Christine Williams, Recording Secretary Mrs. Clara Sandle, Financial Secretary Mrs. Naomi Johnson, Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Ruby Price, Assistant Secretary Mrs. Annie Mae Lewis, Junior Directress Mrs. Blondell Hardin, Jr. President Miss Avet Anderson, Jr. Secretary Mrs Lucille Fogle, Benevolent Chairman Mrs. Alberta Stephen, Auditor Mrs. Nellie G. O'Daniel, Treasurer EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS Mrs. Ada Stephen, Mrs. Glendoro Galloway, Miss Martha White, Mrs. Ruby Price, Mrs. Edith Crawford, Mrs. Arnita McMichael and Mrs. Beatrice Summers, Your committee, Mrs. Ruby Price, Rev. S. L. Fogle, Mrs. Eva Mebane, Mrs. Beulah Faucette and Mrs. Curtis Carrington ANNUAL MESSAGE Brother Moderator, my pastor, Rev. R. H. Brooks, Ministers, Officers, Delegates, and members of the 64th Annual Convention of the Woman's Auxiliary of the High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association. I consider this a great Blessing as well as a privilege to come before you tonight to deliver another Annua! Message. First of all I would like to say I thank God for the many blessings He has bestored upon me. I can say that I have had my share of ups and downs but with His divine guidance He has kept and guided me through another year. My sincere appreciation goes out tonight to my vice president. Sister Mamie Wilson and Sister Irene Scales, for their assistance and prayers. To the other members of the executive board it is hard to find words to express how your devoted services have aided in making this one of the greatest auxiliaries in the state. To Rev. W. L. Wilson, our Moderator, I would like to say in behalf of the Woman's Auxiliary, we are deeply greatful to you for your words of wisdom and guidance that you have given this organization. To the ministers and each church, I would like to personally thank you for the cooperation and support you have given me during the year. I ask your continued support throughout the years to come because we must strive to reach higher heights in this organization and with out you this will be impossible. Tonight I would like to share with you some further thoughts on our theme: "What The World Need Now." We have already heard some wonderful thoughts on "Love" and "Faith," and tomorrow I know it will be well rounded up with "Grace". Therefore, I am going to center my thoughts around: "WHAT THE WORLD NEED NOW" - A GREAT AWAKENING - We are living in a time when seemingly man have replaced love with hate, faith with doubt and grace with the lust of the world. We are asleep. We are not aware of what is about to happen to us and the world in which we live. We have pushed aside the one person that have blessed us with life, health, knowledge and replaced Him with evil, destruction and material wealth. These things seem to come first and farmost in our lives today. I say to you tonight that we need a great awakening. We must realize that Christ is the only way and that He should be the center of our lives. It is our responsibility to make this become a reality. We must let our lights so shine that others might see our good work and want to pattern after us. Through-out the history of the world man have been setting examples for other to follow. They have had good experiences as well as bad ones. They have been asleep but found ways to be awaken in order to meet their needs. If we would take time to go back through history we would find that each generation of people are accreted for some type of awakening. The first people that is beleived to exist on earth was the prehistoric man. They were given the name because their existance came before man learned how to write. Although they could not write they felt a need to know how to 46 communicate with one another. Therefore, they achieved this task by drawing signs and symbols on the walls of their caves. This need still exist today. We must know how to communicate with one another or the world world be destroyed. During the period 1000-500 B.C. the people in the Western world awakened to the fact that they needed to learn in order to survive. The people of Greece is given credit for beginning the light of learning. They organized the first form of government which was a democracy. They established trade rules to connect one country with another. They developed a form of religion where by man worshiped many Gods. They established social classes and a form of education. As different countries continued to compete with each other for material wealth all that had been achieved was destroyed by war. The next period in History was called the Middle Ages. This period is considered to be one of the most important periods because man turned from the craving of material wealth to religious ideals. In the Western world the institution that gave direction and meaning to the lives of the people was the great Roman Catholic Church. This mighty organization touched the lives of men at almost every walk of life. It was during this time that men went on crusades spreading the ideas of Christianity all over the world. After awakening to the fact that Christ's way is the only way, man begin to make progress again. As we reach the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, or the beginning of Modem times, man began to show more and more curiosity about their world. They made longer voyages. They asked more questions about the nature of things. They thought more freely about the world around them. They began to make changes in their religion and in their forms of government. Slowly they changed the world from old ways into the direction of our modem world. It was during this period in history that Columbus set sail and discovered the continent of North America. Religious percussion was one of the major reasons that led to the discovery of this great country. Since its discovery in 1492 men of all descriptions have been living here in a daze. The country grew at such a fast rate that it was almost difficult to keep up with its progress. Land and wealth was discovered from ocean to ocean. Homes and industries grew up from ocean fronts to mountain sides. The greatest net work of highways and railroads covered the country side like a weed. A democratic form of government was established to insure each person of life, liberty and the persuit of happiness. This country stand today as the wealthiest coimtry in the world and one with many faults. It is my belief that this is due to the fact that we have lived in a daze for these many years. We have pushed aside the one that blessed us with the many blessings that we now enjoy. Realizing that we have tried to awaken man many times through-out the history of this country but as of today we have not succeeded. With a democratic form of government we had to suffer the war between the states to awaken man of the fact that system of slavery would not stand. We had to have riots, sit-inns, burnings and killings to let man know that social injustice would no longer be tolerated. We had to be a witness to the assassination of outstanding black and white leaders before we realized that corruption still existed in the heart of man. We had to hear the great episode of watergate before we realized that our government was not functioning on its basic principles. We took prayer out of our public schools and opened the door to drugs and the like of self-respect-we have tried many things to try and solve our problems - violence and non-violence - law and justice - war and atomic power but with the tremendous amount of knowledge we have, we have failed to try God. Therefore, tonight in my 13th Annual Message to this Convention I challenge you to do as the people of the Middle Ages did - wake up and let Christ be the center of your life - bring Him in your homes and let Him solve your problems. Put Him back in your schools so that your children can acquire a holesome education and above all keep Him first and far most in your Churches so that the light of the world will not go out. As you go on your daUy task, just Remember: John: 15-12, "This is my Commandment, that ye love one another, as I have loved you." Matthew: 17-21, And Jesus said unto them, because of your unbelief; for verily I say unto you, if ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, remove hence to yonder place: and it shall remove and nothing shall be impossible unto you. 2 Cor. 12-9, And He said unto me, my g^ace is sufficient for thee; for my strength is made perfect in weakness- Many presidents conclude their Annual Message with a thought for living, some close with recommendations to the body and some closes with a statement of resignation. Of the three I have chosen neither. I would like to close this Annual Address with a tribute to two ladies of this convention that have been an inspiration to my life. I believe that you should give a person flowers while they live. I would like for Mrs. Laura Fuller and Mrs. Naomi Johnson to please come forward. 47 I would like for you to know tonight that you have been and inspiration to my life. You have always treaded me with the greatest respect, you have always had words of encouragement to offer when things were down and you have always extended a glad hand shake of fellowship and love. This have have had a great influence on my life and I wanted you to know this so that you would not think that your many years of service have not been in vain. Respectfully submitted, Mrs. Evelyn Anderson TIME AND PLACE COMMITTEE Madame President, Ministers and delegates. We the Time and Place Committee wish to make the following report.: The New Jerusalem Baptist Church, Winston- Salem, N. C, Rev. I. C. Mullins pastor, is asking the Auxiliary to hold their meeting at their Church, July 6, 7, 1978. Your Conmiittee, Mrs. Alberta Stephens, Mrs. Roberta White, Mrs. Easter Reid, Mrs. Victoria Williams and Mrs. Katherine Carter OBITUARY REPORT MORNING STAR, WINSTON-SALEM Mrs. Gladys Edwards Mrs. Minnie Carter Mr. Philip Coleman FIRST CALVARY Mr. Charlie Myers Mr. Charlie Stevenson WENTWORTH BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. Amos GaUoway MORNING STAR, BURLINGTON, N. C. Mr. Joseph Evans ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Gertrude Cooper GETHSEMANE BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Clara Hemphill NEW CLAVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. James Clarke MARTINS CHAPEL Mr. David Haith Mrs. Elizabeth AUen LOCUST GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. Tom McTier Mrs. Mattie Marsh Mrs. Elsie Milton Mr. Toway Brown Mrs. Christine Joyce Miss Mattie Gilchrist Your committee, Mrs. Annie Mae Lewis, Mrs. Ruby Price, Mrs. LiUie Hoover, Miss Avet Anderson, Miss Martha White and Mrs. Alberta Stephen JUNIOR PRESIDENrS ADDRESS President Anderson, Jr. Directress, Mrs. Lewis; Brother Moderator, other Ministers, Officers, Delegates, Members and Friends of the Women's Auxiliary and Jimior Missionary Department of the High Point Educational and Missionary Association: As I stand before you this afternoon for my second time to attempt to deliver an address, I would like to thank aU of you who has made this event possible for me. I greet you in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ from whom all blessing flow. Today I would like to speak to you from the subject "Sharing Good News," for my scripture lesson Romans 1:16 says, "For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek." Everyone like to share good news, young, junior and elderly people alike all like to share good news, whenever you recieve a gift or take a trip we all want to tell some body about it, but this afternoon the good news that I would like to share with you is the news of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Young people, as you travel about in your daily walk of life, I know that you are encircled with the pleasures the world has to offer you, there are all sorts of temptations set before you, drugs, marijuana, uppers and downes, fast cars and many other things that the world is sharing the news about, but as Christians, we are to be witness of Christ, Acts 1:8 says, "But ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost come upon you: And ye shall be witnesses unto me." It is therefore young people, the responsibility of Christians to carry out the love mission of Jesus. 48 We are to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. We are not the wreeking erew but the construction team of good will. We are not lawmakers but love makers, the world is kMAJag to the Christians today for moral integrity. (Colossians 3:1-4, 9-17) tells us to set then* affeetkm on things above not on things on the earth. For ye are dead and your life is hid with Christ in God. When Christ who is our life, shall appear, then shall ye also appear with Him in glory. For which things' sake the wrath of God cometh on the children of disobedience. Ye have put off the old man with his deeds, and put on the new man, which is renewed in knowledge after the image of Him that created Him; Put on therefore as the elect of God, holy and beloved, bowels of mercies, kindness, humbleness of mind, meekness, long-suffering: For beating one another and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any: even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye. And above all these things put on charity, which is the bond of perfectness. and let the peace of God rule in your hearts to which also ye are called in one body; And be ye thankful. Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching admonishing one another in Psalms, and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in hearts to the Lord. And what - so ever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by Him." Missionaries can never emphasize theimportance of witnessing for Christ. The life that you live tells the best story not only are you the witness about Christ in your church but in your homes, your schools, your communities, your jobs and your ever endeavoring. Remember young people where ever you go people are always watching you and are aware of what you are doing, so in my conclusion I would like to leave this poem with you and remember our sub topic - "Ye Shall Be Witness Unto Me." "We are building every day. In a good or evil way And the structure as it grows With our inmost soul disclose Till in every arch and line And our faults and failures shine It may grow a castle grand, Or a wreck upon the Sand." "Do you ask what building this That can show both pain and bliss That can be both dark and fair? Lo, its name is charter. Build it well, what e're you do; Build it straight and strong and true; Build it clean and high and broad; Build it for the eye of God." Respectfully, Junior President, Mrs. Blondell Hardin Sunday School June 16-17, 1977 Churches Junior Department Rep. Fee First Calvary 7.00 Gethsemane 5.00 First Baptist, Glen Raven 5.00 Martin Chapel 5.00 Morning Star, Winston- Salem 10.00 Total 7.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 [B^O T OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000000000000U300000000 oo ■«3<lOlOOl«mOlOOlOU5lOOe<3lOlOWlOOi-<U5U30;0 o o o diqsjBioqDg o o o o o o U5 o O © o o o o ui ta ,-1 o o o o o o lO lO o lO punj Smpirna o o C4 o o o o o o o o o © U3 © © © O © U3 lO pajT^ay © © o © © © M in © © © © lO ©©©©©© ©©©©© m©©©©© IOU5©©© UOISSIp^ u3iajoj © © e o © © © © © © © © U5 © N lO © © O © aSBUBqdjQ IBj^ua3 © © © © © o N ca US © © © © © © © © © © o © o © © © © © © o o o o U5 lO C4 U9 lO © Ol © lo la lO to X^isjaAiufi MBqs © © o © © © © © © o c lO © © © © © © • ••••• • O) lO lO © CO O lO o o o o lO lO aaj •day ©©©©© o©oo ©©©©© ©©©© ©© ©©©©©©©o©©©© ©©©©©©©©©©©©©© o © o o U51/5U5©© U3©l'3lO IOlOUS©«OIA©IO©©i-4IOIO© tH IO CO u 3 E .ti J= 3 01 C 1 > > eS § 03 « c bo s c4 O 0} <n CO C a 9i B O PU JS — , tic -r a> a, £ S > * S S* P * rt » t» ri E6^" « ffi <u s O I I I 0) > o u O « O rt .fa .fa .t! .fa .fa « o 5 J2 ±f ^ cd ^ ^ "=3 CO 1X1 2 bo bo E^ c c « c c ^ u u ^ o o J a 3| s. <0 et JS Ic ^ bc 6 6 j: c w e fa « « 5 ^ INCOME Church Representation $ 836.50 Registration 40.00 Badges 16.00 Public Offering 150.99 Meal Tickets 325.00 Honorary Members 44.56 TOTAL $1,413.05 DISBURSEMENT President $ 47.00 First Vice President 24.00 Second Vice President 24.00 Recording Secretary 47.00 Finance Secretary 47.00 Corresponding Secretary 17.00 Treasurer 19.00 Finance Committee 2 at $8.00 ea 16.00 Auditor 8.00 Benevolence Chairman 11.00 Board Members expense 12 at $6.00 ea. + $5.00 77.00 Enrollment Committee 2 at $3.00 ea 6.00 Junior Directress 22.00 Junior President 19.00 Junior Secretary 9,00 Ministers on Program 4 at $9.00 ea 36.00 Alternate Ministers 4 at $6.00 ea 24.00 Moderator 9.00 Host Pastor 9.00 Florist 27.04 Postage 4.39 Expense of Badges 16.00 Programs 39.31 Honorary Members 2 at $15.00 ea 30.00 Special Offering Mrs. Fuller & Johnson 44.56 Meal Tickests 325.00 Delegate to Association 26.oo Association 125.00 Delegate, State Convention 200.00 Junior Delegate 50.00 Representation Fee 50.00 Shaw University 61.50 Retired Ministers Fund 60.50 Central Orphanage 76.50 Foreign Mission 37.00 Building Fund 200.00 TOTAL $1,450.54 In Treasure July 8, 1977 4,861.77 Your Finance Committee, Mrs. Ada Stephen, Mrs. Anita McMicheal, Mrs. Nellie O'Daniel, Mrs. Clara H. Sandle, Secretary QUARTERLY REPORT, 1976-77 Belview $15.00 Bethlehem 20.00 Canaan 25.00 Community _ 18.00 First Baptist, Gibsonville 24.00 First Baptist. Glen Raven 20.00 First Baptist. Oak Ridge 18.00 First Calvary 20.00 First Thessalonians Gethsemane 20,00 Locust Grove 20.00 Martins Chapel 24.00 Mt. Carmel, High Point 20.00 Melita Grove 24.00 Morning Star, Burlington 15.00 Morning Star, Winston Salem 18.00 New Jerusalem 12.00 New Calvary 31.00 Oak Spring 24.00 Phillips Chapel 15.00 Shiloh 6.00 Sharon 24.00 St. James St. Paul No. 1 20.00 St. Paul No. 2 10.00 Westside 10.00 Wentworth 24.00 Zion 6.00 Junior Department First Calvary $ 7.00 Gethsemane 7.00 Morning Star, Winston-Salem 4.00 Martins Chapel 8.00 Locust Grove 81.00 New Jerusalem 5.00 QUARTERLY MEETINGS Aug. 29. 1976 -Melita Grove, Raised $285.57 Paid Out 103.43 Turned over to Treasure 182.14 Oct. 31-76 First Baptist, Glen Raven Raised $290.73 Paid Out 106.61 Turned over to Treasure 184.12 Jan. 30-77 Locust Grove Raised $267.67 Paid Out 107.43 Turned over to Treasure 106.24 May 29-77 Wentworth Raised $345.53 Paid Out 178.05 Turned over to Treasure 167.48 Brought forward from Annual Session 7/8-9/77 $4,224.18 Placed in Treasure from Aug. 76-May 77 639.98 Paid out for Minutes May 7, 1977 200.00 In Treasure dated June 24, 1977 $4,664.16 Humbly submitted, Mrs. Clara H. Sandle, Finance Secretary TREASURER'S REPORT 1976-1977 Madame President, Cash on hand 7-76 $4,224.18 Aug. 29, 1976 182.14 Oct. 31, 1976 184.12 Jan. 30, 1977 106.24 May 29, 1977 167.48 TOTAL $4,864.16 Paid out for Minutes May 7th 200.00 Interest July-June 205.00 TOTAL $4,869.16 Mrs. Nellie G. O'Daniel, Secretary FRIDAY EVENING 7:00 P.M. Devotion song, scripture St. Matthew 5:1-12, and prayer. Offering - Mrs. Edith Crawford, Mrs. Carring^on ($35.00). Memorial Candle Light Leaders; Mrs. Annie M. Lewis, Mrs. Ruby Price, Miss Avet Anderson, Mrs. Lillie Hoover, Mrs. Alberta Steven and Miss Martha White. Memorial Sermon by Rev. W. H. Bonham, pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Mount Airy, N. C, text St. Matthew 6:31 and St. John 4th chapter. Theme "A Woman Running In The Streets and Come See A Man That Has Told Me All." Song - Oil In Your Vessel. Closing, Prayer and benediction, Rev. R. H. Brooks.